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No. 36. JANUAKY, 1906 



DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR 

BUREAU OF GOVERNMENT LABORATORIES 



A HAND-LIST OF THE BIRDS OF 
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 



BY 

RICHARD c. MCGREGOR 

AND 

DEAN C. WORCESTER 



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MANILA 

BUREAU OF PRINTING 
1906 




THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA 

PRESENTED BY 

PROF. CHARLES A. KOFOID AND 
MRS. PRUDENCE W. KOFOID 



ERRATA. 

In line 14 for lorwulus read Lorictduu. 
For STREPOPELIA read STREPTOPELIA. 
In line 4 for humulis read humihs. 
In lines 24 and 35 of footnote for Clark read Clarke. 
In last line of footnote for this read the former. 
Page 101. For LIMONDROMUS read LIMONIDROMUS. 




No. 36. JAM AKV, 10 



A HAND-LIST OF THE BIRDS OF 
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 



35916 



BY 

RICHARD c. MCGREGOR 

AND 

DEAN C. WORCESTER 



MANILA 

BUREAU OF PRINTING 
1906 




INTRODUCTION 



The appearance of the first volume of Dr. II. B. Sharpe's admirable 
"Hand-List of Birds" suggested to me the desirability of preparing a list, 
similar in form, of the birds of the Philippine Islands. The need of such 
a list was especially great in view of the fact that among the Americans 
scattered through every province of the Philippine Archipelago there 
were a number of members of the American Ornithologists's Union who 
were attempting to take up the study of Philippine birds, as well as 
numerous amateur ornithologists, whose attention was attracted by the 
unusual opportunities for ornithological work and who desired to identify 
the birds to be found in the vicinity of their several stations. 

While the necessary literature for the identification of the known species 
of Philippine birds is on file in the general scientific library of the Bureau 
of Government Laboratories, its use by persons unfamiliar with Philip- 
pine ornithology is naturally attended with some practical difficulties. It 
therefore seemed to me highly desirable that there should be prepared a 
hand-list giving references to descriptions of all species known to inhabit 
the Philippines and stating accurately the known distribution of each 
species within the Archipelago. I began work upon such a list four years 
ago, but manifold official duties prevented rapid progress. 

When the service's of Mr. Richard C. McGregor were secured as collector 
of natural-history specimens this work, which had then been little more 
than begun, was turned over to him, as was an unpublished manuscript 
prepared by Dr. Frank S. Bourns and myself, from which it was hoped 
that he would be able to derive information of value. It is only fair to 
Mr. McGregor to say that from that time until August 15, 1905, on 
which date he left for a well-earned rest in the United States, most of the 
work upon the Hand-List was performed by him. My own subsequent 
connection with it has been confined to consultation with him on doubtful 
points and to the final editing of the manuscript. As some of the foot- 
notes were written by Mr. McGregor prior to his departure and others 
which he has had no opportunity to see have been subsequently written 
by me, I have deemed it desirable to give, in each instance, the authorship 
of the footnotes. 

It has been our purpose to include all species which are known to 



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inhabit the geographical area known as the Philippine Islands, as fixed 
by the treaty of Paris and the supplementary purchase of islands by the 
United States Government. The species of the Palawan Islands (Bala- 
bac, Palawan, Calamianes, and Cuyos groups) have accordingly been 
included. 

The Distribution List of Philippine Birds prepared by Dr. Frank S. 
Bourns and myself (Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 
Vol. XX, pp. 549-566, 1898) enumerated 243 genera and 596 species 
for this same area. The work of Mr. John Whitehead, Dr. Edgar A. 
Mearns, Mr. Walter Goodfellow, Mr. John Waterstradt, and of Mr. Mc- 
Gregor and his Filipino assistants, together with such fragmentary work- 
as I myself have been able to carry on in connection with official trips 
through the Islands, has raised this total to 284 genera, 691 identified 
species, and two species (Oceanodroma sp. and loiiculns sp.) not identi- 
fied. Some knowledge has been gained of the avifauna? of the Islands of 
Ticao, Lubang, Cagayancillo, Agutaya, Calayan, Cresta de Gallo, Maestro 
de Campo, Semirara, East Balud> West Balud, and Sibay, the birds of 
which were heretofore entirely unknown. 

The highlands of Mindanao have yielded a number of most interesting 
new genera and species, and additional knowledge has been gained relative 
to the birds of Luzon, Mindoro, Masbate, Negros, Samar, Cuyo, Culion, 
Cagayan-Sulu, Fuga, Eomblon, and Sibuyan. 

From the information now available we may deduce the following con- 
clusions relative to the zoological relationships of these several islands: 

Ticao belongs with the central group (Panay, Guimaras, Negros, and 
Masbate) rather than with Luzon. 

Lubang must be considered a detached fragment of Luzon, as it has 
a number of characteristic Luzon species and .entirely lacks those which 
are especially characteristic of Mindoro. One species (Aethopyga rubri- 
nota McGregor) is, so far as we at present know, confined to this island. 

On Cagayancillo is found Cinnyris aurora, but no other of the charac- 
teristic Palawan forms are known to exist there, while the occurrence of 
such species as Centropus viridis, Hypotaenidia torquata, Eallina ciin/- 
zonoides, Limnobeanus fuscus, and Hierococcyx fugax, and the con- 
spicuous absence of many of the species which are most common on the 
neighboring islands, lead to the conclusion that Cagayancillo is an oceanic 
island of recent formation and that its bird population is composed of 
the descendants of stragglers, most of which have probably come in from 
Negros or Mindanao, although C. aurora is evidently a wanderer from 
Cuyo or Palawan. 

Agutaya belongs to the Palawan group. 

Calayan has a strong Formosan element. Probably it will ultimately 
prove that the Batanes and Babuyanes Islands form a group by them- 
selves. 

Semirara belongs with Mindoro. 



The islands may therefore be divided into zoologically distinct groups 
as follows : 

(1) The Palawan group, consisting of Palawan and the small islands 
adjacent to it, Balabac, Cagayan Sulu, and the Cuyos and Calamianes 
Islands. The birds of this group show a very strong Bornean element. 
The line of demarcation between the Philippines, zoologically speaking, 
and the Palawan Islands passes between Sibutu and the coast of Borneo 
and extends thence northward through the Sulu Sea east of the Cuyos 
group and through Mindoro Strait. 

(2) The central Philippines, comprising the Islands of Negros, Panay, 
Guimaras, Masbate, and Ticao. They form a well-defined natural group, 
although in the case of Masbate and Ticao there are indications of 
immigration from Luzon. 

(3) Mindoro and some of the islands immediately adjacent to it, 
including Semerara and doubtless also Ylin. 

(4) Luzon, Catanduanes, Marinduque, and Lubang. 

(5) Samar, Leyte, and Bohol. The Loriculus on Bohol proves to be 
Loriculus worcesteri and not Loriculus apicalis, while the presence of 
Orthotomus frontalis and Phabotrerom brevirostris among birds and of 
Galeopithecus phiiippinensis and Tarsius spectrum among mammals 
points unequivocally to the closest zoological relationship between Bohol 
and Leyte. 

(6) Mindanao and the islands immediately adjacent to it form a group 
by themselves. 

(7) Basilan must be separated from Mindanao on account of the fact 
that it has a number of representative forms of Mindanao species and 
lacks a number of species characteristic of Mindanao. 

(8) Bongao, Tawi Tawi, Lapac, Siasi, and Sulu form a well-marked 
natural group, to which Sibutu must probably be added. 

(9) Tablas, Romblon, and Sibuyan show no evidence of having been 
connected with any of the neighboring larger islands. They have a 
number of peculiar species of birds, and Tablas and Romblon should 
probably be classed together. 

(10) Cebu can not be regarded as one of the central Philippine group, 
but must be classed by itself. 

(11) The Batanes Islands have a strong Formosan element among 
their birds. It remains to be seen whether the Babuyanes Islands must 
be grouped with them or must be considered as detached fragments of 
northern Luzon. 

(12) Siquijor, Cagayancillo, and Cresta de Gallo are islands of recent 
origin, and their bird faunae have been derived from stragglers from 
neighboring islands. 

While these several groups are by no means zoologically equivalent, 
each has its highly characteristic species and forms a fairly natural 
division. 



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In preparing the Hand-List no species has been recorded definitely 
from any. island except upon authority believed to be unimpeachable. 
Where doubt exists as to the occurrence of a given species on any island 
the fact is indicated by an interrogation point placed after the name of 
such island. Several species for which no specific habitat within the 
Archipelago can be assigned have been included, upon the authority of 
the "Hand-List of Birds/' in the belief that so eminent an authority as 
Dr. Sharpe would not have recorded them as occurring in the Philippines 
without sufficient evidence. On the other hand, a number of the Phil- 
ippine species included in Sharpe's Hand-List have been excluded for 
reasons stated at the proper places in the text. 

To and including the Family Certhiidce the sequence of families is 
that of Sharpe's Hand-List, Volumes I to IV; for the succeeding families 
we have followed the scheme proposed by Dr. R. V. Shufeldt in the 
American Naturalist, XXXVIII, pages 856-857. Thanks are due to 
Dr. Charles W. Richmond for suggested corrections in the nomenclature 
of various genera and species. Dr. Edgar A. Mearns has kindly furnished 
a MS. list of new localities for a number of species based upon his collec- 
tions from Mindanao and neighboring islands. 

The work of the collectors regularly employed by the Insular Govern- 
ment, as well as that of residents of the Islands and of collectors rep- 
resenting scientific institutions of other countries, will doubtless make- 
frequent additions and corrections necessary if this Hand-List is to be 
kept up to date. Supplemental pages containing addenda will be pub- 
lished from time to time until sufficient matter has been accumulated to 
justify the revision of the entire list. 

It is hoped that students of Philippine ornithology will aid us, not only 
by calling attention to any errors which they may note in this list but by 
communicating authentic facts relative to the occurrence in the Philip- 
pines of species not included in it, and to the recording from any new 
islands in the Archipelago of species already known to inhabit the 
Philippines. Due credit will be given to all persons furnishing such 
information. 

Attention is invited to the fact that the ornithological books and papers 
in the general scientific library of the Bureau of Government Laborato- 
ries l and the bird collection of some 6,000 carefully identified specimens 
may be used, under reasonable restrictions, by any properly accredited 
person. 

DEAN C. WORCESTER. 

MANILA, P. I., September 9, 1905. 



! The Bureau of Government Laboratories, after November 1, 19G5, will be known 
as the Bureau of Science. 



Class AVES. 

Subclass CARINAT^E. 

Order GALLIFORMES. 

Suborder MEGAPODII. 

l-'Minily MEGAPODIIDXE. 

MEGAPODIUS Q. tf- G. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds.. \\\l, p. 44fi. 
1893.) 



cumingi Dillw. (p. 440.) 



Celebean Islands 

Islands of northwestern Borneo 



Dalabac 

Basilan 

Cagayaneillo 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Cresta de Gallo 

Fuga 

Luzon 

Marinduquo 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Palawan 

Komblon 

Samar 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



Suborder PHASIANI. 



Family PHASIANIDXE. 



EXCALFACTORIA Bp. 

((Jrant, Cat. Bds., XXII, p. 
1893.) 

lineata (Scop.), (p. 253.) 



Borneo 
Sumatra 



Java 
Australia 



Calamianes 

Cebu 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

Ticao 

7 



8 



GALLUS Briss. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XXII, p. 343, 
1893.) 

gal I us (Linn.), (p. 344.) 



POLYPLECTBON Temm. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XXII, p. 353, 
1893.) 

napoleonis Less. (p. 361.) 
[nehrkornce Blasius.] 



Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Indo-Chinese countries 



Balabac 

Basil an 

Bongao 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marincluque 

Masbate 



Palawan 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Ticao 



Order HEMIPODII. 



Family TURNICID/E. 

TUKNIX Bonn. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XXII, p. 526, 
1893.) 

fasciata (Temm,.). (p. 535.) 



ocellata (Rcop.) . (p.548.) 



Calamianes Negros 

Cebu Palawan 

Luzon Panay 

Masbate Sibuyan 
Mindoro 



Luzon 



white head i Grant, Hand-Book Game Birds, Luzon 
II, p. 276 (1896). 



Worcester! McGregor, Bull. Phil. Mus., No. 4, Luzon 
p. 8 (1904). 



suluensis Mearns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Sulu 
XVIII, p. 83 (1905). 



Order COLUMBIFORMES. 



Suborder COLUMB.E. 
Family TRERONID/E. 
Subfamily TEERONINJE. 

SPHENOCERCUS Gray. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 4, 
1893.) 

formosae (8-ioinh.). (p. 13.) 

TRERON Vieill. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 33, 

1893.) 

nipalensis (Hodgs.). (p. 34.) 



OSMOTRERON Bp. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 38, 
1893.) 

axillaris (Up.), (p. 48.) 



everetti Rothschild, Nov. Zoo]., I, p. 41 

(1894). 

vernans (Linn.), (p. fiO. ) 



Mountains of Formosa 
Calayan 



Nepal to Burma 
Malay Peninsula 
Eastern Bengal Sumatra 
Siam Borneo 

Tenasserim Cochin China 



Mindoro 



Palawan 



Basilan 


Negros 


Catanduanes 


Panay 


Cebu 


Romblon 


Dinagat 


Samar 


Guimaras 


Semirara 


Lubang 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Tawi Tawl 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verde 


Mindoro 




Bongao 


Sillll 


Sibutu 




Celebes 




Malay Peninsula 


Indo-Malayan 


Islands 


Indo-Chinese 


provinces 


Basilan 


Mindoro 


Bohol 


Negros 


Bongao 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Cebu 


Siasi 


Guimaras 


Sibutu 


Luzon 


Siquijor 


Masbate 


Sulu 


Mindanao 





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PHAPITRERON Bp. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Eds., XXI, p. 66, 
1893.) 

amethystina Bp. (p. 06.) 



Dinagat 

Leyte 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Panaon 

Samar 



cinereiceps Mourns & Worcester, Occ. Papers Tawi Tawi 
Minnesota Acad.. 1, No. 1, p. 8 (1894). 

brunneiceps Mourns iC- Worcester, t. c., p. 9. n.isilan 

frontal is Mounts tf Worcester, t. c., p. 10. Cebu 

maculipectus Mourns & Worcester, t. c., p. 10. Negros 
leucotis (Temm.). (p. 67.) 

occipitalis Halrnd. (p. (58.) 
nigrorum RJiarpc. (p. 68.) 



CatanduaneK 
Lubang 



Basilan 



brevirostris Tiremld. (p. 69.) 



Cebu 

Guimaras 
Masbate 
Negros 

Bohol 
Dinagat 
Leyte 
Mindanao 



Luzon 
Mindoro 



Panay 
Sibuyan 
Tablas 
Tioao 

Samar 
Siquijor 

Sulu 



Subfamily PTILOPODINJE. 



LEUCOTRERON Bp. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bcls., XXI, p. 71, 
1893.) 

occipitalis Bp. (p. 72.) 



marchei (Oust.), (p. 75.) 
leclancheri (/?/.). (p. 79.) 



Basilan 

Cebu 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



Luzon 



Cagayancillo 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Mindoro 
Negros 
Samar 
Sibuyan 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibuyan 

Tablas 



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LAMPROTRERON Bp. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 112. 

1893.) 

temmincki (Des Murs rf Prev.) . (p. 115.) Celebes 

Sulu 

SPILOTRERON Hilvad. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 141, 
1893.) 



bangueyensis (.1. If. Mc'i/rr). (p. 143.) 



Banguey 



Basilan Palawan 

Bongao Sibutu 

Cagayan Sulu Sulu 

Mindanao Tawi Tawi 



Subfamily CARPOPHAGINJE. 



MUSCADIVORA S 

(('(ir/io/i/i<i(/(i Sclhy; Salvador!, Cat. 
Bds., XX, p. 181, 1893.) 

nuchalis '<tl>.). (p. 190.) 



Calayan 

Fuga 

Luzon 



Mindanao 
Mindoro 



aenea (Linn.), (p. 100.) 



pickeringi (Tr/.s.s.) (p. 201.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Ceylon 

Indo-Chinese countries 
Malay Peninsula 
Sunda Islands 



Balabac 


Mindoro 


Basilan 


Negros 


Bongao 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Catanduanes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Semirara 


Dinagat 


Sibutu 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verde 



Mantanani Islands 

Lawas River, northwest Borneo 



langhornei Mearns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.. East Bolod 
XVIII, p. 84 (1905). West Bolod 



12 



PTILOCOLPA Bp. 

(Salvador!, Cat, Bds., XXI, p. 205, 
1893.) 

carola Bp. (p. 206.) 

[ griseipectus Bp. = cf ; Cf. Grant, Ibis, 
1895, p. 117; also Whitehead, Ibis, 
1899, p. 489.] 



Luzon 
Mindoro 
Mindanao 
Sibuyan 



nigrorum Whitehead, Bull. B. O. C., VJ, p. 

34 (1897). 



Negros 



ZONOPHAPS Salvad. 

(Salvador], Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 207, 
1893.) 

poliocephala (Hartl.) . (p. 209) 



Basilan 

Cebu 

Dinagat 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Tawi Tawi 



mindorensis (Wlrilchcad), Ann. & Mag. Nat. 
Hist., (6) p. 189 (1896). Fig., Grant, 
Ibis, 1896, pi. xi. 



Mindoro 



MYRISTICIVORA Reichenb. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 227, 
1893.) 

bicolor (Scop.), (p. 227.) 



Andamans Nicobars 

Malay Peninsula 

Indo-Malayan Islands 

Moluccas 

Tenimber Islands 

Siam Cochin China 



Balabac 

Bohol 

Bongao 

Cresta de Gallo 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Malanipa 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 

Nipa 

Palawan 

Sakuijok 

Samar 

Sibay 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 

Tlcao 

West Bolod 



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Family COLD M BIDXE. 

Subfamily COLUMBINE. 
COLUMBA Linn. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 241, 
1893.) 

griseigularis ( II 'aid. tC- Layard) . (p. 313.) Northeru Borneo 



Basilan 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calayan 

Guimaras 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Romblou 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

West Bolod 



Subfamily MACROPYGIINJE. 

MACROPYGIA Swains. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 335, 
1893.) 



tenuirostris Bp. (p. 346.) 



Balabac 

Basilan 

Bongao 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mihdoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Romblon 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



phaea McGregor, Bull. Philippine Mus., No. 4, Calayan 
p. 9, 1904. 

Family PERISTERID/E. 



Subfamily TURTURINJE. 

STREPOPELIA Bp. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 413, 
1893.) 

dussumieri (Temm.) . (p. 423.) 



Northern Borneo 
Marianne Islands 



Agutaya 
Basilan 
Bohol 

Cagayancillo 
Calayan 
Calamianes 
Catanduanes 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Guimaras 
Leyte 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Maestro 
Campo 
Marinduque 
Masbate 
Mindanao 



(le 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Pan ay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Siasi 

Sibay 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



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ONOPOPELIA Blanf. 

(Blanf., Faun. Brit. Ind., Birds, IV, 

p. 47, 1898.) 

humulis (Temm.) . (Sal vail., Cat. Eds., 
XXI. p. 434.) 



SPILOPELIA Sundeu. 

(Salvadori. Cat. Bds., XXI. p. 4:59. 
1893.) 

tigrina (T<-nnn. tG Knip. ). (p. 440.) 



Andamans 
Eastern Bengal 
Indo-Chinese countries 
China Japan 



Calayan 
Lubang 



Luzon 
Mindoro 



Burma 

Malay Peninsula 

Greater and Lesser Sunda 

Islands 
Celebes Moluccas 



Balabac 



Palawan 



Subfamily GEOPELII1OE. 

GEOPELIA Swains. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 455, 
1893.) 

striata (Linn.), (p. 458.) 



Siam 

Southern Tenasserim 

Malay Peninsula 

Greater and Lesser Sunda 

Islands 
Celebes Arnboina 



Lubang 

Luzon 

Mindoro 



Samar 
Verde 



Subfamily PHABINJE. 

CHALCOPHAPS Could. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 510, 
1893.) 

indica (Linn.), (p. 514.) 



Indian Peninsula 

Nicobars 

Indo-Chinese countries 

Malay Peninsula 

Sunda Islands New Guinea 

Celebes Moluccas 

Ceylon Andamans 



Basilan 


Negros 


Cagayancillo 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Calayan 


Romblon 


Cebu 


Samar 


Cuyo 


Sibuyan 


Guimaras 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verde 


Mindoro 





Subfamily GEOTKYGONIN.E. 

PHLOGCENAS Ilndtcnb. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 583, 
1893.) 



luzonica (8cop.). (p. 585.) 



Luzon 



crinigera (Jacq. t- Pucher.). (p. 587.) Basilan Samar 

Leyte Sulu? 1 

Mindanao 



keayi Clarke, Ibis, 1900, p. :J.V.. 



Negros 



menagei Bourns d Worcester, Occ. Papers Tawi Tawi 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 10 (1894). 



platenae llartert. (p. 588.) Mindoro 

Subfamily CAL(ENADINJE. 

CAKENAS Gray. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXI, p. 614, 
1893.) 

nicobarica (Linn.}, (p. 615.) 



Nicobar Islands 
Mergui Archipelago 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Bismarck Archipelago 
Moluccas to New Guinea 



Luzon 
Mindoro 
Negros 
Palawan 



Sibutu 
Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



Order KALLI FORMES. 

Family RALLID/E. 
Subfamily RALLINJE. 

HYPOT.ffiNIDIA7,V/c//fW>. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds.. XX I II p. 33, 
1894.) 



striata (Linn.) . ( p. ;;:!.) 



Southern India Ceylon 
Formosa Celebes 

Malay Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Burmese countries to China 




Negros 

Panay 

Satuar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 



'See Pucher. d Jacq., Voy. Pole 8ud. Ill, Ois., p. 18 (1853). P. crinigera was 
not met with in Sulu by Platen or by Dr. Bourns and myself. WORCESTER. 



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philjppinensis (Linn.), (p. 39.) 



Pacific Islands 

Australia New Zealand 

Entire Malayan Archipelago 



Luzon 



torquata (Linn.}, (p. 43.) 



Hungau 

Cagayam-illo 

Catauduanes 

Cebu 

Dinagat 

Guirnaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Ticao 

Verde 



RALLINA Reichenb. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 74>, 
1894.) 

fasciata (Raffl.). (p. 75.) 



Burmese provinces 
Malay Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Halmahera Pelew Islands 



Balabac 



Palawan 



euryzonoides (Lafr.). (p. 78.) 



Cagayancillo Mindoro 

Cebu Negros 

Leyte Panay 

Luzon Sulu 
Mindanao 



PORZANA V. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 92, 
1894.) 

pusilla Pall. (Cf. Reichenb., J. f. O., 1898, 
p. 139.) 

[intermedia (Herm.). (p. 103.)] 



Central Europe 
East to Lake Baikal 
Africa and Madagascar 
ter) 



(win- 



Luzon 



plumbea Gray. 

[tabuensis, pt. (pp. Ill, 335.)] 



New Hebrides Australia 

New Caledonia 

New Zealand 

Chatham Islands 

Samoa Islands Fiji Islands 

Luzon 



17 

POLIOLIMNAS Slid r/>r. 

(Sharpe, Cat. B<k. XXI 11, p. 130, 
1894.) 

cinereus (V.). (pp. 130, 337.) 



Oceania 

Malayan Peiiinsula 

Greater and Lesser Sunda 

Islands 
Buru Australia 



Basilan 


Mindanao 


Calayan? 1 


Mindoro 


Cebu 


Negros 


Dinagat 


Panay 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Ticao 


Marinduque 





LIMNOB-ffiNUS Smidev. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 145, 
1894.) 

fuscus (Linn.), (p. 146.) 



Indian Peninsula 

Ceylon 

Burmese countries to China 

and Japan 
Malay Peninsula 
Christmas Island 
Java Borneo 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



paykulli (Ljuny'k.) . (p. 14!.) 



China 

Malay Peninsula 

Eastern Siberia 

Java Borneo 



Basilan 



AMAURONIS lloichenb. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 
1894.) 

olivacea (Meyen). (p. 153.) 



152, 



Calayan 

Cebu 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



'A rail, probably P. cinereus, was seen but not obtained by Mr. McGregor 
in Calayan. WORCESTER. 
359^6 2 



18 



phoenicura (Forster). (p. 156.) 



Celebes 

Indian Peninsula 

Indo-Burmese provinces 

Malay Peninsula 

Greater and Lesser Sunda 

Islands 
Ceylon China 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calaraianes 

Marinduque 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Palawan 

Panay 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



GALLINULA Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 1G7, 
1894.) 

chloropus (Linn.), (p. 1G9.) 



Europe 

Asia 

Madagascar 



Calayan 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 



Africa 
Mauritius 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Samar 



GALLICREX Blytli. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 183, 
1894.) 

cinerea (Lath.}, (p. 183.) 



Ceylon 

Burmese provinces to China 

and Japan 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 



Catanduanes Mindoro 



Cebu 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Negros 

Panay 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

Ticao 



PORPHYRIO Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 192, 
1894.) 

pulverulentus Temm. (p. 207.) 



Luzon Mindoro 

Mindanao 



19 

Subfamily FULICINJE. 

FULICA Linn. 

(Sharpc, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 209, 
1894.) 

atra Linn. (p. 210.) Europe 

Indian Peninsula 
Mediterranean countries 
Northern and central Asia 
China Celebes 

Java Sumatra 



Luzon 

Order PODICIPEDID1FORMES. 

Family PODICI PEDIDXE. 

PODICIPES Lath. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 502, 
1898.) 

philippinensis (Bonn.). (p. 511.) Borneo 

Southern China 
Burmese provinces 
Formosa Hainan 



Calayan Luzon 

Guimaras Mindanao 

( >rder PROCELLAIIIIFORMES. 

Family PROCELLARI I D/E.. 
Subfamily PROCELLABIINJE. 

OCEANODROMA Reichenb. 

(Salvin, Cat. Bds., XXV, p. 347, 
1896.) 

sp. McGregor, Bull. Philippine Mus., No. 4, Luzon 
p. 12 (1904). 

Family PUFFINID>. 
Subfamily PUFFININJE. 

PUFFINUS Briss. 

(Salvin, Cat. Bds., XXV, p. 368, 
1896.) 

leucomelas Temm. (p. 370.) Japan and Korea south to Aus- 

tralia 

Luzon 



'20 
Order LAKIFOKiMES. 

Family LARIDXE. 
Subfamily STERNINJE. 

HYDROCHELIDON Boie. 

(Saunders, Cat. Bds., XXV, p. 5, 
1891.) 



leucoptera (Meisn. cG Schinz) . (p. G.) 



hybrida (Pall.), (p. 10.) 



STERNA Linn. 

(Saunders, Cat. Bds., XXV, p. 40, 
1896.) 

fluviatilis Naum. (p. 54.) 



boreotis (Hattys), Bull. Mus. Couip. Xool. 
XXXVI, No. 8, 250 ( 1!)01 ) . 



anaestheta Scop. (p. 101.) 



Africa (winter) 
Australia New Zealand 

Central and southern Europe to 
central Asia and China 



Mindanao 

Malay Archipelago 
Australia Africa 

Southwestern central, and 
southern Europe to China 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Palawan 
Negros 



Countries on both sides of At- 
lantic Ocean 

Indian and African coasts 
(winter) 

Brazilian coasts (winter) 



Calayan 

Red Sea 

African and Indian Oceans to 

China, Japan, Australia, and 

the Pacific Islands. 



Agutaya 


Negros 


Balabac 


Palawan 


Bohol 


Panay 


Calamianes 


Pata off Sulu 


Cebu 


Romblon 


Cuyo 


Samar 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Masbate 


Tablas 


Mindanao 


Tawi Tawi 



African and Indian seas to Chi- 
na, Japan, Moluccas, north- 
ern Australia, and Pacific 
Islands. 

Gulf of Mexico Western Indies 

Panay 



21 



fuliginosa Gm. (p. 106.) 



Tropical and juxtatropical seas 
of the world 



Siquijor 



sinensis dm. (p. 113.) 



Chinese and Indian seas to 
Australia 



Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Palawan 



melanauchen Tcnnti. (p. 120.) 



Tenasserim 

Nicobars Andamans 

Malay Peninsula 

Northern Australia 

Pacific Islands to Liu Kiu 

Islands 
Northern Mascarene Islands 



Palawan 



Cresta de Gallo 



ANGUS 



(Saundcrs, Cat. TCds., XXV, p. 1:U5. 
1896.) 

stolidus (Linn..). (p. 130.) 



Subfamily LARINJE. 



Cagayan Sulu Palawan 



LARUS Linn. 

(Saunclers, Cat. Bds., XXV, p. 169, 

1896.) 

ridibundus Linn. (p. 207.) 



Europe and northern Asia 
Africa Indian Ocean 

China to Malay Archipelago 
(winter) 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Samar 



vegse Paln\6n. (p. 270.) 



Chinese coasts (winter) 
Japan and Formosa (icintcr) 
Bonin Islands (lointcr) 
Arctic Siberia 
Bering Sea 

Luzon 



22 
Order CHARADRII FORMES. 

Suborder CHARADRII. 

Kiutiily CHARADRIIDXE. 
Subfamily ARENARIINJE. 

ARENARIA A'mx. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 91, 

1896.) 

interpres (Linn.), (p. 92.) 



Cosmopolitan, breeding in high 
northern latitudes 



Bohol Masbate 

Cagayancillo Mindanao 

Cagayan Sulu Negros 

Lubang Palawan 

Luzon Siquijor 



Subfamily CHAEADRIIN^. 

SQUATAROLALrw/f. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 182, 

1896.) 

helvetica (Linn.), (p. 182.) 



Subarctic regions south to Aus- 
tralia, Cape, and South 
America (winter) 



Cuyo 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



Negros 

Palawan 

Siquijor 



CHARADRIUS Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV 7 , p. 191, 
1896.) 

fulvus (Gm.). (p. 195.) 

\<lnvnnicus (P. L. S. Miill.).! 



Subarctic regions south to Aus- 
tralia 

New Zealand Africa 
South America (winter) 



Balabac 


Masbate 


Bohol 


Mindanao 


Calamianes 


Mindoro 


Calayan 


Negros 


Cebu 


Palawan 


Cuyo 


Sibay 


Fuga 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Ticao 



23 



OCHTHOLROMUS Reich enb. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 209, 
1896.) 

geoffroyi (UV/f//.). (p. 217.) 



Eastern Asia (Japan, Formosa) 
Africa, Indian Peninsula, and 
Australia (winter) 



Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Cuyo 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Negros 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Palawan 

Panay 

Pata off Sulu 

Siquijor 



mongolus (/'//.). (p. 223.) 



Northeastern Asia 

Coasts of Bering Sea, Alaska 

China to Australia (lointer) 



Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Calayan 

Cuyo 

Leyte 

Lubang 



Luzon 

Mindanao 

Negros 

Palawan 

Ticao 



veredus (Could), (p. 232.) 



Mongolia 

China to Moluccas and Austra- 
lia (winter) 



Palawan 



MHALITIS Eoie. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 254, 
1896.) 

dubia (Scop.), (p. 263.) 



peroni (Up.), (p. 273.) 



Africa (winter) 

Alaska to California (casual) 

Europe and northern Asia to 
Japan 

India and the Malay Archipel- 
ago (winter) 



Bohol 


Luzon 


Cagayancillo 


Mindanao 


Calayan 


Mindoro 


Catanduanes 


Negros 


Cebu 


Palawan 


Guimaras 


Panay 


Leyte 


Sibuyan 


Lubang 


Tablas 



Greater Sunda Islands to Cele- 
bes 



Bohol 

Calayan 

Fuga 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



Negros 

Palawan 

Romblon 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



24 



alexandrina (Linn.), (p. 275.) 



Africa 

Indian Peninsula and Australia 

(winter) 
Europe and central Asia to 

China and Japan 



Calayan 
Cuyo 
Mindanao 
Palawan 



Panay 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



Subfamily HIMANTOPODINJE. 

HIMANTOPUS Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat, Bds., XXIV, p. 309, 
1896.) 



leucocephalus Gould, (p. 317.) 



Subfamily TOTANINJE. 



Molucca Islands 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Australia New Guinea 



Mindanao 



NUMENIUS Biiss, 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 340, 
1896.) 

arquata (Linn.), (p. 341.) 



India Africa 

Europe east to Lake Baikal 
Southern China and Malay Pen- 
insula (winter) 



Luzon 

Masbate 

Palawan 



Samar 
Ticao 



cyanopus F. (p. 350.) 



Japan 

Eastern Siberia 

Australia (winter) 



Mindoro 



Negros 



variftgatus (Scop.), (p. 361.) 



Japan 

Eastern Siberia 
Southern China 
(winter) 



to Australia 



Cagayancillo 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Malanipa 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Samar 

Siquijor 



25 

MESOSCOLOPAX Slnirpc: 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 371, 
1896.) 

minutus Gould, (p. 371.) 



China 

Eastern Siberia 

Corea and Mongolia 

Japan to Australia (winter) 



Marinduque Mindanao 



LIMOSA Hriss. 

(Sliarpc, Cat. Eds., XXIV, p. 372, 

1896.) 

novae-zealandise (iniy. (p. 379.) 



Alaska 

Eastern Siberia south to Aus- 
tralia 
New Zealand, Oceania (winter) 



Bohol 
Negros 



Cuyo 



limosa (Li tut.), (p. 381.) 



Central and northern Europe 
to Valley of Ob River 

Mediterranean countries and 
northeastern Africa (win- 
ter) 



Negros 



Samar 



TOTANUS Beckst. 

(Sharpe, Cat. M<ls., XXIV, p. 409, 
1896.) 

eurhinus (Oberh.) , Proc. U. S. N. M., XXII, 
p. 207 (1900). 



India Africa 

Europe and central Asia to 

eastern Siberia 
Burmese countries to Malay 

Archipelago (winter) 



Bohol 
Cebu 
Cuyo 

Mindanao 



Negros 

Palawan 

Siquijor 



HELODROMAS A'aup. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 437, 
1896.) 

ochropus (Linn.), (p. 437.) 



Africa 

Europe and northern Asia 
Indian Peninsula to Malay Ar- 
chipelago (winter) 



Luzon 



Samar 



26 



HETERACTITIS Stejn. 

(Sharpe, Cat, Bds., XXIV, p. 449, 
1896.) 

brevipes (V.). (p. 449.) 



ACTITIS Illiger. 

( Tringoides Bp. ; Sharpe, Cat. Bds.. 
XXI Y, p. 456, 1896.) 

hypoleucus (Linn.), (p. 456.) 



TEREKIA Bp. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 474, 
1896.) 

cinerea. (Giildenst.). (p. 474.) 



GLOTTIS Koch. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 480, 
1896.) 

nebularius (Gunn.). (p. 48].) 



Eastern Siberia 
China to Malay Archipelago 
and Australia (winter) 



Bohol 


Luzon 


Cagayancillo 


Malanipa 


Calayan 


Negros 


Cebu 


Palawan 


Cuyo 


Siquijor 


Leyte 


Ticao 


Lubang 





Africa 

Europe and northern Asia 
Indian Peninsula to Australia 
(winter) 



Agutaya 
Balabac 
Basilan 
Bohol 
Cagayancillo 
Cagayan Sulu 
Calamianes 
Calayan 
Camiguin 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Guimaras 


Lubang 
Luzon 
Masbate 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 
Negros 
Palawan 
Panay 
Samar 
Sibay 
Ticao 
Verde 



Northern Siberia 
Northeastern Europe 
Africa and Indian Peninsula to 
Australia (winter) 



Bohol 
Masbate 



Negros 
Palawan 



Africa 

Northern Europe and northern 

Asia 
Indian Peninsula to Australia 

(winter) 



Luzon Negros 

Mindanao Samar 

Mindoro 



27 



RHYACOPHILUS Kaup. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 490, 

1896.) 

glareola (On?..), (p. 491.) 



Africa 

Europe and northern Asia 
Indian Peninsula to Australia 
(winter) 



Bohol 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Siquijor 

ficao 



Subfamily SCOLOPACINJE. 

CALIDRIS llliger. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 526, 
1896.) 

abba (-Pall), (p. 526.) 

[Cf. Richmond, Smithson, Miscol. Colls., 
47.. p. 347 (1905).] 



LIMONITES Kaup. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 
1896.) 

minuta (Leister), (p. 538.) 



537, 



Africa 

Arctic regions 

South America 

Indian Peninsula to Australia 

(winter) 
Marshall Islands (winter) 



Luzon 



Africa 

Ceylon (winter) 

Indian Peninsula 

Northern Europe 

Northern Asia to Lake Baikal 



Mindanao 



ruficollis (Pall), (p. 545.) 



Eastern Siberia 
Japan China 

Burmese countries to Australia 
(winter) 



Bohol 
Calayan 
Cebu 
Cuyo 



Luzon 
Mindanao 
Negros 
Palawan 



28 



damacensis (Horsf.). (p. 553.) 



Japan 

Eastern Siberia 

Islands of Bering Sea 

China to northeastern Bengal 

Burma to Australia (winter) 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Palawan 



temmincki (Lcisl. ). (p. 555.) 



HETEROPYGIA Cones. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXIV, p. 561, 

1896.) 

acuminata (Horsf.). (p. 506.) 



Northern Europe and Asia 
Northern and northeastern 

Africa 

Indian Peninsula 
China (winter) 



Negros 



Eastern Siberia 
Alaska 

China south to Australia and 
New Zealand (winter) 



Mindanao 



ANCYLOCHILUS Kaiip. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 585, 
1896.) 

subarquatus (Giildenst.). (p. 586.) 



Northern Siberia 
Africa 

Indian Peninsula to Australia 
(winter) 



Luzon 



Negros 



TBINGA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 593, 
1896.)' 

crassirostris T. < 8. (p. 600.) 



Eastern Siberia 
Japan 

China to Australia and western 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 

Negros 



LIMICOLA 1< <><!,. 

(Sharpe., Cat. JMs.. XXIV, p. 61?, 
1896.) 

platyrhyncha (Ton in.), (p. C12.) 



GALLINAGO Leach. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bits., XXIV, p. 616, 
1896.) 

stenura (Kuhl). (p. 619.) 



megala Sioinh. (p. 624.) 



gallinago (Linn.), (p. 633.) 



ROSTRATULA I . 

(Sharpe, Cat. JMs., XXIV, p. 683, 
1896.) 

capensis (Linn.), (p. 683.) 



Northern Europe and Siberia 
Mediterranean and Red Seas 
Indian Peninsula 
China to Moluccas (winter) 



Bohol 
Cuyo 



Negros 
Palawan 



Eastern Siberia to the Yenesei 
China to Malay Peninsula 
(winter) 



Calayan 



Mindanao 



Eastern Siberia 
Japan 

China south to Molucca Islands 
(winter) 



Basilan 


Mindoro 


Calamianes 


Negros 


Cebu 


Palawan 


Leyte 


Panay 


Lubang 


Samar 


Luzon 


Sibuyan 


Masbate 


Siquijor 


Mindanao 


Tawi Tawi 



Europe to northern Asia 
Senegambia and northeastern 

Africa (winter) 
Indian Peninsula to the Malay 

Peninsula and the Moluccas 

(winter) 



Luzon 
Mindoro 



Africa 

Indian Peninsula 

Burmese provinces to China 

and Japan south to Malay 

Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 




Mindanao 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 



80 

Suborder PARILffi. 
Family PARRIDXE. 

HYDRO PHASIS Sliarpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 69, 

1896.) 

chirurgus (Scop.), (p. G9.) 



Indian Peninsula 

Indo-Chinese countries to Ma- 
lay Peninsula and Greater 
Sunda Islands 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Mindanao 
Mindoro 



HYDRALECTOR Waglcr. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 79, 
1896.) 

gailinaceus (Temm.) . (I.e.) 



Australia 
Celebes 
Southern Borneo 



Mindanao 



Suborder CURSORII. 
Family GLAREOLIDXE. 



GLAREOLA Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 53, 
1896.) 

oriental is Leach, (p. 58.) 



China 

Eastern Siberia 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese countries 
Malay Peninsula and Archipel- 
ago to Australia (winter) 



Calayan 

Puga 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Negros 

Palawan 



Suborder (EDICNEMI. 

Family CEDICNEM I DXE. 

ORTHORHAMPHUS Sdlvad. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIV, p. 22, 
1896.) 



magnirostris (I 7 .), (p. 22.) 



Australia to Bismarck Archipel- 
ago and north to Borneo and 
islands of Bay of Bengal 



Calayan 

Fuga 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Palawan 



31 

i 

Order GBUIFOBMES. 

Suborder GKUES. 

Family GRUID/E. 

ANTIGONE -Ifi'iHi cub. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXIII, p. 262, 
1894.) 

Sharpei lilttnf, JUilI. 13. 0. C., V, p. VI (1895). Malay Peninsula 

Burma and Cochin China 



Luzon 



Suborder PLATALE^. 
Family IBIDID/C. 

PLEGADIS Kaup. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 29, 
1898.) 

falcinellus (Liuii.). (1. c.) 



China 

Africa 

Jamaica 

Australia 

Eastern United States 

Southern Europe to India 



Mindanao 



Order ABDEIFOBMES. 

Suborder CICONI^l. 

Family CICONIIDXE. 

Subfamily CICONIINJE. 

DISSOURA Cab'. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 294, 

1898.) 



episcopus (Bodd.) . (p. 294.) 



Tropical Africa 
Indian Peninsula 
Malay Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Indo-Chinese countries 
Celebes Ceylon 



Calayau 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Negros 
Panay 
Samar 



32 

Suborder ARVE.2E. 
Family ARDEIDXE. 

PYRRHERODIAS Finscli & 11 aril.. Yog. 
Ost-Afr., p. 676 (1870). 

\riioyx Stejn. (Sharpe, Cat. Bds.. 
XXVI, p. 60, 1898.)] 

manillensis (Mcycn). (p. 64.) 



ARLEA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 66, 

1898.) 

sumatrana Rafll. (p. 08.) 



cinerea Linn. (p. 74.) 



Celebes 

Indian Peninsula 
Malay Peninsula 
Ceylon China 

Greater Sunda Islands 



Basilan 


Negros 


Calainianes 


Palawan 


Catanduanes 


Panay 


Cebu 


Romblon 


Leyte 


Samar 


Luzon 


Sibuyan 


Marinduque 


Siquijor 


Masbate 


Tablas 


Mindanao 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindoro 


Ticao 



Australia 
Malay Peninsula 
Sunda Islands Celebes 
Aracan Tenasserim 



Negros 

Europe 
Africa 



Palawan 



Asia 
Australia 



Oulmarai 



MESOPHOYX 

( Sharpe, Cat. 
1898.) 



lick, XXVI, p. 85, 



intermedia Wagl. (p. 85.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Malayan Archipelago 
China Japan 



Bohol 
Calayan 
Luzon 
Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Palawan 
Samar 



HERODIAS Bow. 

(Sharpu, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 88, 

1898.) 

timoriensis (Cm\). (p. 98.) 



EGRETTA P 

(Garzctia Kaup; Sharpe, Cat. Eds., 

XXVI, p. 118, 1898.) 
garzetta (Linn.), (p. 118.) 



DEMIEGRETTA BlytJi. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 136, 

1898.) 
sacra (Gm.) . (p. 137.) 



NYCTICORAX Rafin. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 145, 

1898.) 
nycticorax (Linn.), (p. 146.) 



Northern China and Japan to 
Australia 



Mindanao 



Africa 

China Japan 

Southern Europe to 
Asia 

Indian Peninsula 

Malay Peninsula and Archipel- 
ago 



central 



Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Negros 

Panay 

Romblon 

Siquijor 



Coast of Bay of Bengal to 
Australia and Oceania north 
to Japan and Corea 



Balabac 

Bohol 

Bongao 

Cagayancillo 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Fuga 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Malanipa 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Pata (off Sulu) 

Romblon 

Semirara 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



Africa 

Malay Peninsula 

China and Japan 

Greater Sunda Islands to 

Celebes 
Northern and Central America 

to Columbia and Ecuador 
Central and southern Europe to 

Indian Peninsula 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Mindanao 



34 



manillensis Yiy. (p. 102.) 



GORSACHIUS Bp. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bils., XXVI, p. 10(5, 
1898.) 

melanolophus (Rtiflt.). (p. 100.) 



goisagi (Temni.). (p. 109.) 



BUTORIDES Blytli. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 172, 

1898.) 

javanica (Horsf.). (p. 177.) 



amurensis (tichrenck) (p. 181.) 



Western Celebes 
Northern Borneo 


Basilan 


Mindoro 


Catanduanes 


Negros 


Cebu 


Panay 


Leyte 


Samar 


Luzon 


Sibuyan 


Marinduque 


Siquijor 


Masbate 


Tablas 


Mindanao 


Ticao 



Ceylon 

Southern India 
Assam to Hainan 
Greater Sunda Island 
Formosa south to Malay Penin- 
sula 



Balabac 


Mindanao 


Basilan 


Palawan 


Cebu 


Samar 


Guimaras 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Ticao 


Masbate 




Japan 


Formosa 


Luzon 


Mindanao 



Southern China 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Celebes Ceylon 

Mascarene Islands 
Greater Sunda Islands 



Bongao 


Mindoro 


Cagayancillo 


Negros 


Calamianes 


Nipa 


Calayan 


Palawan 


Cebu 


Panay 


Cuyo 


Romblon 


Dinagat 


Samar 


Guimaras 


Semirara 


Leyte 


Sibuyan 


Lubang 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Marinduque 


Tablas 


Masbate 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindanao 


Ticao 


Greater Sunda 


Islands 


Japan 


China 


Amur-land 


Celebes 



Cebu 



Palawan 



35 



BUBULCUS />'//. 

(Sharpe, Cat. B<ls.. XXVI, p. -n:5. 
1898.) 

coromandus (Botlil.). (p. 217.) 



Ceylon 

Eastern Siberia 
Indian Peninsula 
Corea China 

Indo-Chinese countries south to 
Celebes and Moluccas 



Balabac 


Masbate 


Dohol 


Mindanao 


Bongao 


Mindoro 


Calayan 


Negros 


Catanduanes 


Palawan 


Cebu 


Panay 


Cuyo 


Sulu 


Guimaras 


Tablas 


Lubang 


Ticao 


Luzon 





ARDETTA Gray. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 220, 

1898.) 

sinensis ((///(.). (p. 227.) 



Japan 

Indian Peninsula 
China Korea 

Indo-Chinese countries 
Malay Peninsula and islands 
to Australia (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Panay 

Sulu 

Tablas 



cinnamomea ((//.). (p. 230.) 



China 

Eastern Siberia 
Celebes (winter) 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan subregion 



Catanduanes 


Mindoro 


Cebu 


Palawan 


Guimaras 


Panay 


Leyte 


Sibuyan 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindanao 


Ticao 



NANNOCNUS titejn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 242, 
1898.) 

eurythmus (Xin'/i/i.) . (p. 242.) 



Mindanao 



Negros 



36 

DUPETOR Heine & Reich en. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 246, 
1898.) 

flavicollis (Lath.), (p. 247.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Celebes Ceylon 

Indo-Chinese countries 
Indian Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Southern and central China 



Cebu Mindanao 

Luzon Negros 

Marinduque Samar 



BOTAURUS Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 253, 

1898.) 

stellaris (Linn.). (1. c.) 



Northwestern India 
Burma China 

Temperate Palaearctic region 



Luzon 

Order ANSERIFORMES. 

Family ANATID>E. 
Subfamily PLECTROPTEKIN.ZE. 

NETTOPUS Brandt. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Eds., XXVII, p. 64, 
1895.) 



coromandelianus ((7m.). (p. 68.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Burmese countries 
Greater Sunda Islands 
China Celebes 



Luzon 



Subfamily ANATINJE. 



DENLROCYGNA Swains. 

(Salvadori, Cat. Eds., XXVII, p. 144, 
1895.) 

viduata (Linn.), (p. 145.) 



Tropical Africa 
Tropical South America 
West Indies Madagascar 

Luzon 



37 



arcuata (Horsf.). (p. 153.) 



New Guinea 

Indo-Malayan Islands 
Australia Oceania 

Celebes Moluccas 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



guttulata Wallace. 

\!/iittata Forst. (p. 1G4.)] 



Celebes 
Tenimber Islands 



Moluccas 



Mindanao 



New Guinea 



ANAS Linn. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXVII, p. 187, 
1895.) 

luzonica Frnser. (p. 205.) 



Guimaras 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Marinduquc 
M asbate 



Mindoro 

Panay 

Samar 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



POLIONETTA Oaies. 

(Gates, Man. Game Bds. Ind., pt. II, 
p. 151, 1899.) 
[Anas Linn, pt.] 

zonorhyncha (Sioinh.) . (p. 211.) 



Eastern Siberia 

Mongolia Japan 

China Kurile Islands 



Calayan 



MARECA Steph. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXVII, p. 227, 
1895.) 

penelope (Linn.). (I.e.) 



Persia (winter) 
Marshall Islands (lointer) 
North America (occasional) 
Northeastern Africa (winter) 
Northern Europe and Siberia to 

Kamtchatka 
Northern Indian Peninsula and 

Burma to Borneo (loiuter) 



Calayan 



38 



NETTION Kaup. 

( Salvador! , Cat. Bds., XXVII, p. 238, 

1895.) 

crecca (Linn.), (p. 243.) 



Persia 

China (winter) 

Indian Peninsula 

Europe and northern Asia 

Eastern United States (occa- 
sional) 

Northern and northeastern 
Africa 



Calayan 

I. U/DII 



Mindoni 



DAFILA 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXVI L p. 
L895.) 

acuta (Linn.), (p. 270.) 

\modesta Tristr. (p. 275, note.)! 



QUERQUEDULA fite^i. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XX VI I. p. 290, 
1895.) 

querquedula {I Ann.). 

[circia Linn. (p. 293.) ] 



SPATULA Bole. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXVII, p. 30(5, 
1895.) 

clypeata (JAnn.). (p. 300.) 



Northern Asia 

North America 

Northern Europe 

Mediterranean countries (win- 
ter) 

Indian Peninsula and China 
(winter) 

Central America and West In- 
dies (winter) 

Indo-Malayan Archipelago and 
Oceania (winter) 



Lu/.on 



China (icinter) 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Northeastern Africa (winter) 
Malayan Archipelago (winter) 
Northern Europe and northern 
Asia 



Calayan 



Luzon 



North America 
Africa (winter) 
West Indies (winter) 
Southern China (winter) 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Arabia and Persia (winter) 
Hawaiian Archipelago (winter) 
Central America to Colombia 

(winter) 
Europe Western Asia 



Calayan 
Mindoro 



Luzon 



39 

Subfamily FULIGULINJE. 

FULIGULA Mcpli. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XXVII, p. 354, 
1895.) 

fuligula (Linn.), (p. 363.) 



Northern Asia 

Northern Europe 

Greater Sunda Islands (winter) 

Marianne and Pelew Islands 
(winter) 

Mediterranean Sea and Abyssi- 
nia (ivinter) 

Northern Indian Peninsula and 
Southern China (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 

( )i-dor PELECANIFOKM ES. 

Family PH ALACROCORACI D/E. 

PHALACROCORAX Briss. 

((irant. Cat. Bds., XXVI, p. 330, 
1898.) 

carbo (Linn.), (p. 340.) 



M indii 11:111 



Europe Africa 

Greenland Northern Asia 

Eastern North America to 

Georgia 
Indian Peninsula to China and 

Australia 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Ticao 



Family PLOTID/E. 



ANHINGA Briss. 

(Ploim Linn.; Grant, Cat. Bds., 
XXVI, p. 410, 1898.) 

melanogaster ( 1'cninnil ). (p. 414.) 



Family SULID/C. 

SULA Briss. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XXVI. p. 423, 

1898.) 

piscator (Linn.), (p. 432.) 



Mesopotamia 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese countries 
Indo-Malayan Peninsula 
Borneo Celebes 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Negros 



Oceania 

Southern Atlantic 

Indian and Australian Seas 



Mindanao 



sula (Linn.), (p. 436.) 



Family FREGATIDXE. 

FREGATA Briss. 

(Grant, Cat. Eds., XXVI, p. 442, 
1898.) 

aquila (Linn.), (p. 443.) 



Tropical Atlantic, Indian, Aus- 
tralian, and Pacific Oceans 



Calayan? 1 
Dinagat 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Tropical and subtropical oceans 
of both hemispheres 



Oagayancillo 



ariel (Gould), (p. 447.) 



Tropical and subtropical Indian 
and Pacific Oceans 



Cagayancillo N -gros 
Luzon Palawan 

Mindanao 



Family PELECANI D/E. 

PELECANUS Linn. 

(Grant, Cat. Eds., XX VT, p. 4(10. 
1898.) 

philippensis dm. (p. 471.) 



Indian Peninsula to China 
Luzon Mindanao 



Order AGCIPITBIPOBMES. 

Suborder ACCIPITRES. 



Family FALCON I D/E. 
Subfamily ACCIPITRINJE. 

CIRCUS Lacep. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., I, p. 50, 1874.) 

spilonotus Kaup. (p. 58.) 



Eastern Siberia 

China and Indo-Burmese coun- 
tries (winter) 
Malay Archipelago (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Palawan 

Sibay 

Sulu 



1 A pair of birds, in all probability S. sula, were observed near Calayan by Mr. 
McGregor in September, 1903. \\'ORCESTER. 



41 



melanoleucus (Forst.). (p. 61.) 



Eastern Siberia 

Mongolia China (winter) 

Northeastern Indian Peninsula 

and Indo-Chinese countries 

(winter) 



Calayan 
Basilan 
Guimaras 
Luzon 



Mindanao 
Negros 
Sulu 
Ticao 



aeruginosus (Linn.), (p. 00.) 



Temperate Europe 
Northern Africa (winter) 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Siberia China (winter) 



Cagayan Sulu 
Luzon 



Mindoro 



ASTUR Lacep. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I. p. 92, 1874.) 

trivirgatus (Temm.). (p. 105.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Ceylon Formosa 



Balabac 

Leyte 

Mindanao 



Palawan 
Samar 



soloensis (LnUi.). (p. 114.) 



China 

Indo-Chinese countries 
Molucca Islands (winter) 
Malay Peninsula (winter) 
Indo-Malayan Islands (winter) 



Cagayancillo 
Luzon 



Mindanao 



cuculoides (Temm.). (p. 115.) 



China, south to Malay Archipel- 
ago (ivinter) 



ACCIPITEK Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., T, p. 132, 1874.) 

gularis (Temm. & Rchl.) . (p. 160, pt.) 



Japan 

Northern China 
Malay Peninsula 
Malay Archipelago 



Calayan 
Puga 



Palawan 



manillensis (Meyen). (p. 150, pt.) 



Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



42 



Subfamily AQUILIN2E. 

LOPHOTRIORCHIS Marpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 255, 1874.) 

kieneri (Geoff r.). (p. 255.) 



SPIZAETUS VieiU. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 259, 1874.) 

philippinensis flwnei/. (p. 2(il, note.) 
limnaetus (tlorsf.). (p. 272.) 



PITHECOPHAGA Grant. 

(Grant, B. 0. C., VI, p. 17, 189(5.) 

jefferyi Grant, Bull. B. O. C'., VI, p. 17. 
189(5; id. Ibis, 1897. pi. v. 

SPILORNIS Gray. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 287, 1874.) 

bach a (l)fntd.). (p. 290.) 



holospilus (1 '//.). (p. 29.'}.; 



panayensis Kteere, List. Bds. & Mams. 
Steere Exp., p. 7 (1890). 



Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Lesser Sunda Islands 
Indo-Malayan Islands 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Ceylon Celebes 



Luzon 
Pa nay 



Basilan 

Luzon 

Masbate 



Miirinduqup 
Mindanao 



Negros 

Palawan 

Siquijor 



Burmese provinces 
Malayan Peninsula 
Northeastern Bengal 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Assam Himalayas 



Calamianes 

Lubang 

Mindanao 



Leyte ? ' 
Luzon 



Mindoro 
Palawan 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Malayan Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 



Calamianes 
Balabac 

Basilan 

Bongao 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Leyte 

Luzon 



Palawan 



Marinduque 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Samar 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



Guimaras Romblon 

Masbate Sibuyan 

Negros Tablas 
Panay 



1 P. jefferyi was probably heard, although not seen, by Whitehead in Leyte. As 
it has been killed in Samar and Mindanao its occurrence in Leyte i.s hardly open to 
doubt. WORCESTER. 



43 



BUTASTUR Hodgs. 

(Sharpe., Cat. Bcls., I, p. '204, 1874.) 

indicus (Gm.). (p. 297.) 



Ussuri-land 

Japan Celebes 

China to Malay Peninsula 



Balabac 

Basilan 

Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Fuga 

Guimaraa 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibay 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 

Verde 



HALIAETUS Sark/,,. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 301, 1874.) 

leucogaster (Gm.). (p. 307.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Malay Peninsula to Australia 
and Oceania 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

East Bolod 

Fuga 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Palawan 



Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



HALIASTUR Selby. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 312, 1874.) 

intermedius (lurney. (p. 314.) 



Celebes 

Malay Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Indo-Chinese provinces 



Basilan 
Bohol 
Bongao 
Calamianes 
Catanduanes 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Guimaras 
Leyte 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Maestro 
Campo 
Malanipa 



(le 



Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Komblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



EIANTJS Savign. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 336, 1874.) 

hypoleucus Gould, (p. 338.) 



PERNIS Guv. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds... I, p. 343, 1874.) 

ptilonorhynchus (Temm.) . (p. 347.) 



BAZA Hodge. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I., p. 351, 1874.) 

magnirostris Gray. (p. 350.) 
leucopais Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 10.). 

MICROHIERAX Sharpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 366, 1874.) 

erythrogenys (Vig.). (p. 369.) 
meridionalis Grant, Ibis, 1897, 220. 

FALCO Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 374, 1874.) 

peregrinus Tunst. 

[communis Gm. (p. 376.)] 



Celebes 

Greater Sunda Islands 



Basilan 


Mindoro 


Bongao 


Negros 


Calamianes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Sibuyan 


Guimaras 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindanao 





Ceylon 

Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese countries 
Greater Sunda Islands 



Cebu 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Luzon 



Palawan 
Romblon 



Luzon 



Cebu 
Luzon 



Palawan 
Samar 
Sibuyan 
Sulu 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Mindoro 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Africa (winter) 
Northern America 
Europe Asia 

Indian Peninsula (winter) 



ernesti Rliarpe, Ibis, 1894, p. 545. 



Calayan Mindoro 

Catanduanes Negros 

Fuga Palawan 

Luzon Sibuyan 
Mindanao 

Greater Sunda Islands 
New Guinea Fiji Islands 



Luzon 



Negros 



melanogenys Gould, (p. .'5S.V) 



Australia 
Luzon 



severus llorsf. ( p. .397.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Himalayas Ceylon 

Southern Indian Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands to New 
Guinea and New Britain 



Calamianes 

Cebu 

Luzon 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



Palawan 

Romblon 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



CERCHNEIS Bole. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I. p. 423, 1874.) 

tinnunculus (Linn.), (p. 425.) 



Africa (winter) 

Indian Peninsula (winter) 

Europe Northern Asia 



Luzon 



Suborder PANDIONES. 



Family PANDIONIDXE. 



PANDION Savign. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I, p. 448, 1874.) 

haliaetus (Linn.), (p. 44!).) 



Eastern Hemisphere 



Luzon 
Mindoro 



Palawan 



leucocephalus Gould, (p. 451.) 



Australia 
Austro-Malayan Islands 



Balabac 



Marinduque 



POLIO AETUS Knnp. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., I. p. 452, 1874.) 

ichthyaetus (Horsf.). (p. 452.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Indian Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Celebes Ceylon 



Basilan 
Bongao 
Luzon 
Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Samar 



46 
Order STRIGI FORMES. 

Family BUBONIDXE. 
Subfamily BUBONINJE. 

PSEUDOPTYNX l\<tu/>. 

(Itiiho. |)t.. Sharpr, Cat. lids., II, p. 

13, 187.5.) 
philippinensis l\aii/>. (p. 43.) Luzon 

gurneyi Twecdd., P. Z. S., 1878, p. 040. Mindanao 

OTUS Pennant. 

(Stone, Auk. XX, p. 275, 1903.) 
(Scops. Sharpe, Cat. Bds., II, p. 43, 

1875.) 

megalotis (Gray.), (p. GO.) Luzon 

everetti (Tweedd.), P. Z. 8., 1878, p. 492. Basilan Palawan 

Mindanao Samar 

fuliginosus (Sharpe), Ibis, 1888, p. 197. Palawan 

sibutuensis (Sharpe), Bull. B. O. C., II, p. Sibutu Sulu 

ix (1893). 

longicornis (Grant), Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. li Luzon Mindoro? > 

(1894). 

mindorensis ( Whitehead ) , Ibis, Jan., 1899, Mindoro 
p. 98. 

whiteheadi (Grant), Bull. H. 0. C., IV, Luzon 
p. xl (1895.) 

rufCSCens (Horsf.). (p. 102.) Malay Peninsula 

Greater Sunda Islands 



Sulu 

cuyensis McGrvyor, Bull. Pliilippinr Mus., Cuyo 
No. 4, p. 17 (1904). 

calayensis McGregor, 1. c., p. 18. Calayan 

romblonis McGregor, Govt. Lab. Publ., No. Romblon 
25, p. 12 (1905). 



J An undetermined specimen of Scops collected by Whitehead in Mindoro, is 
doubtfully referred by Grant to 8. longicornis (Ibis, Oct., 1896, p. 402). 
WORCESTER. 



47 



NINOX //Wr/.v. 

(Sharpc, Cat, Bds., II. p. 151, 1875.) 

lugubris (Tic/cell), (p. 154.) 



scutulata (Raffl.}. {p. 150.] 



japonica (Tenon. iG Kchl.}. 

(Scutulata pt. Sharpe, C'at. lids., II, 
p. 156; florensis Wall., P. Z. S., 1863, 
p. 488; macroptera W. Blasius, Ornis, 
1888, p. 545.) 



philippensis BI>. (p. 167.] 



everetti Sharpc, Bull. B. O. C., VI, p. 42 

(1897). 



spilonota Bourns tG Worcester, Occ. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 8 (1894). 



Himalayas 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese countries 



Basilan Negros 

Luzon Panay 

Masbate Sulu 
Mindanao 

Southern India 
Malay Peninsula 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Ceylon Tenasserim 



Palawan 

Celebes (winter) 
Ternate (winter) 
Sangi Islands (winter) 
Japan China 

Indo-Malayan Islands 



Calayan 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Basilan 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Siasi 



spilocephala Tweedd., P. Z. S., 1878, p. 940. Basilan 



Cebu 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



reyi Oust., Bui. Assoc. Sc. France, 1880, No. Bongao 
39, p. 200. 

mindorensis Grant, Ibis, 1890, p. 403. Mindoro 

plateni Bias, (in litt.) Hartl., Abb. Nat. Miudoro 
Ver. Brem., XVI, p. 271 (1899). 

Subfamily SYRNIINJE. 

SYRNIUM Savign. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., II, p. 244, 1875.) 

whiteheadi Sliarpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 196, pi. iii. Palawan 
[wiepkcni W. Blasius, Ornis, 1888, p. 304.] 



Fuga 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Tablas 



Sulu 



48 

Family STRIGIDXE. 

STRIX Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., II, p. 290, 1875.) 

Candida Tick. (p. 308.) Indian Peninsula 

[oustaleti Hartl., P. Z. S., 1879, p. 295.] Burmese provinces 

Northern Australia 
Fiji Islands (Viti Levu) 
Formosa Celebes 



Calamianes 

Cebu 

Luzon 

Order PSITTACIFORMES. 

Family LORIID/E. 

TRICHOGLOSSUS Vig. & Ilorsf. 

(Salvad., Cat. Bds., XX, p. 49, 1891.) 

johnstoniae Hartert, Bull. B. O. C., XIV, Mindanao 
p. 10 (1903). 

Family CACATUID/E. 

CACATUA Vieitt. 

(Salvador], Cat. Bds., XX, p. 115, 

1891.) 

haematuropygia (P. L. 8. Mull.), (p. 130.) 



Family PSITTACID>E. 
Subfamily PALJEORNITHINJE. 

PRIONITURUS Wagl 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XX, p. 414, 
1891.) 

vertical is Sharpe, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. x Bongao 
(189'3). Sibutu 

montanus Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., IV, p. xli Luzon 
(1895). 



Mindoro 
Sibuyan 
Siquijor 



Balabac 


Mindoro 


Basilan 


Negros 


Bongao 


Nipa 


Calamianes 


Palawan 


Cebu 


Panaon 


Guimaras 


Panay 


Lapac 


Sarnar 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 





Tawi Tawi 



49 



discurus (I '<>///.) (p. 417.) 

|/'. fiiiluniftiN YY. Blasius, .!. f. 0. 18!)0, 
p. 140.] 



Basilan 

Catanduancs 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 



waterstradti A'o //(,s.. Bull. B. O. C., XIV, Mindanao 
]>. 72 (1904). 



Mindanao 

Negros 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Sulu ! 

Tablas 



mindorensis HI cere. (p. 419.) 



cyaneiceps 



(p. 419.) 



luconensis Xtcn-<: (p. 420.) 

TANYGNATHUS ll'r/r//. 

(Salvador!, Cat. Bds., XX, p. 4'>->. 
1891.) 

lucionensis (Linn.), (p. 424.) 



everetti Ticeedd. (p. 432.) 



burbidgei Sharpe. (p. 432.) 



BOLBOPSITTACUS , 

(Salvador!, Cat. lids., XX. p. :.<>:!. 
1891.) 

lunulatuS (Kro/;. ). (p. 504.) 

intermedius Hal rail. (p. 505.) 
mindanensis (SV<r/v). (p. 5()(i.) 



Mindoro 



Balabac 
Calamianes 



Palawan 



Luzon Marinduque 



Basilan 


Mindoro 


Bongao 


Negros 


Cagayan Sulu 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Cebu 


Romblon 


Guimaras 


Samar 


Lapac 


Sibutu 


Leyte 


Sibuyan 


Luzon 


Siquijor 


Maestro de 


Sulu 


Campo 


Tablas 


Malanipa 


Tawi Tawi 


Marinduque 


Tlcao 


Masbate 


Verde 


Mindanao 




Luzon 


Negros 


Mindanao 


Panay 


Mindoro 


Samar 


Bongao 


Tawi Tawi 


Sulu 





Leyte 



Mindanao 



Samar 



Panaon 



1 W. Blasius has separated the Sulu birds as a new variety under the name 
P. discurus suluensis, stating that they differ from the typical P. discurus in 
the greater extent of the blue coloring on the head and in the more slender and 
longer beak. A careful examination of the specimens obtained by Bourns and 
myself in Sulu failed to disclose any differences between them and typical 
P. discurus, and I am of the opinion that Blasius's "variety" can not stand. 
WORCESTER. 

35916 4 



LORICULUS Blyth. 

(Salvador!, Cat, Bds., XX, p. 515, 
1891.) 

chrysonotus Scl. (p. 522.) Cebu 

regulus Souance. (p. 523.) Guimaras Pauay 

Masbate Ticao 

Negros 

bournsi McGregor, Govt. Lab. Publ. No. 25, Romblon Tablas 

p. 16. Sibuyan 

philippensis (P. L. 8. Mull.), (p. 524.) Catanduanes Marinduque 

Luzon 

mindorensis Steere. (p. 526.) Mindoro 

siquijorensis Steere. (p. 526.) Siquijor 

apicalis Souance. (p. 528.) Basilan Dinigat 

Bazol Mindanao 

Worcester! Steere. (p. 528, pt.) Bohol Samar 

Leyte 

bonapartei Souance. (p. 530.) Bongao Tawi Tawi 

Sulu 

sp. Salvad., Cat. Bds. XX, p. 530, note. Mindanao 

galgulus (Linn.). (p. 531.) Malay Peninsula 

Sumatra Nias 

Banka Borneo 



Cagayan Sulu 

Order CORACIIFORMES. 
Suborder PODARGI. 
Family PODARGID/E. 

BATRACHOSTOMUS Gould. 

(Hartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. G3G, 
1892.) 

Septimus Tweedd. (p. 638.) Basilan? 1 Mindanao 

microrhynchus Grant, Bull. B. O. C., IV, Luzon 
p. xli (1895.) 

1 A Batrachostomus, probably of this species, was seen by me in Basilan in 
1 89 1 . WORCESTER. 



51 

menagei Bo-urns c6 Worcester, Occ. Papers Negros? 1 Pauay 

Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 11 (1894). 

javensis (Horsf.). (p. 040.) Borneo Sumatra 

Java 



affinis Blytlt. (p. 043.) 



Palawan 

Malay Peninsula 
Southern Tenasserim 
Borneo Sumatra 



Palawan 



Suborder CORACLE. 
Family CORACIID/E. 
Subfamily CORACIIN-ffil. 

EURYSTOMUS Vieill 

(Sharpe, , Cat. Eds., XVII, p. 28, 
1892.) 

orientalis (Linn.), (p. 33. J 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Cachar Java 

Borneo Sumatra 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands 



Basilan 


Mindoro 


Cagayancillo 


Negros 


Calamianes 


Palawan 


Calayan 


Panaon 


Cebu 


Panay 


Cuyo 


Romblon 


Dinagat 


Samar 


Fuga 


Sibutu 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Maestro de 


Tablas 


Campo 


Tawi Tawi 


Mariuduque 


Ticao 


Masbate 


Verde 


Mindanao 





Suborder HALCYONES. 

Kaiuily ALCEDINID/E. 
Subfamily ALCEDININJE. 

PELARGOPSIS (iloyc.r. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XVII, p. 96, 
1892.) 

leucocephala (Gm.). y (p. 98.) Borneo 



Palawan? 



1 A female Batrachostomus, probably referable to this species, was shot in 
Negros by Keay in April, 1899 (See Ibis, April, 1900, p. 353.) WORCESTER. 

2 The Palawan record is based on Whitehead's collection; Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, 
p. 197; Whitehead records P. gouldi not P. leucocephala, Ibis, 1893, p. 45. 
MCGREGOR. 



52 



go u Id i Kharpc. (p. 100.) 



Balabac 

Calamianes 

Lubang 



Luzon 

Mindoro 

Palawan 



gigantea \Vuldcn. (p. 100.) 



Dasilan 


Negros 


Bongao 


Panay 


Cebu 


Samar 


Dinagat 


Sibutu 


Guim'aras 


Sibuyan 


Lapac 


Sulu 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Masbate 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindanao 


Ticao 


Malanipa 





ALCEDO Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 141, 
1892.) 

bengalensis Brlss. (p. 141.) 



Molucca Islands 

Malay Peninsula 

Indian Peninsula 

Burmese provinces 

Greater Sunda Islands 

China Hainan 

Europe Northern Asia 



Balabac 


Masbate 


Basilan 


Mindanao 


Bohol 


Mindoro 


Cagayancillo 


Negros 


Cagayan Sulu 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Calayan 


Romblon 


Catanduanes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Sibuyan 


Cuyo 


Siquijor 


Guimaras 


Sulu 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Lubang 


Tawi Tawi 


Luzon 


Verde 



meninting Hvmf. (p. 157.) 



Sumatra 
Malay Peninsula 
Southern Tenasserini 
Java Borneo 



Balabac 
Itongao 
Calamiaiu's 



Palawan 
Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



ALCYONE Swains. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Btls., XVII, p. 1(57, 
1892.) 

cyanopectus (Lafr.) (p. 185.) 
[steerii (Sharpe). (p. 187.)] 



Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindoro 
Sibuyan 
Ticao 



argentata (Tiveedd.). (p. 187.) 



Basilan 
Dinagat 



Mindanao 



53 



flumenicola (Steere). (p. 187.) 



Leyte 



Samar 



nigrirostris (Bourns & Worcester], Occ. Pa- Cebu 
pers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 13 Negros 

(1894). 



Panay 



Subfamily DACELONINJE. 



CEYX Larep. 

(Sliarpo, Cat. Bds., XYH. p. 173, 
1892.) 

melanura l\<iui>. (p. 180.) 



Luzon 



mindanensis Bteere. (p. 181, note.) 
\bddHdnira Steere. 1 (p. 181.)] 

euerythra Sharpe. (p. 179.) 



Basilan 



Mindanao 



Malay Peninsula 
Sumatra Borneo 



Balabac Palawan 

Bongao Sulu ?-' 

Calamianes Tawi Tawi 
Mindoro 



bournsi Rteerc. (p. 185.) 

| iinildiiidiii Steere. 3 (p. 184.)] 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cebu 

Malamaui 

Mindanao 

Negros 



Romblon 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 



samarensis Nteere, List Bds. & Mams. Steere 
Exp., p. 10 (1890). 



Leyte 



Samar 



1 1 have already recorded my opinion elsewhere that C. basilanica Steere is a 
synonym for C. mindanensis (Occ. Papers Minnesota Acad., No. 1, p. 457). 
WORCESTER. 

- Ceyx euerythra is recorded by Sharpe, Hand-List of Birds, p. 353, from the 
Sulu Islands. Tliis species has been obtained on Bongao and Tawi Tawi, but so 
far as I can learn lias not yet been met with on Sulu. WORCESTER. 

3 As a result of the examination of a series of sixty-six specimens, Bourns and 
1 readied the conclusion that C. malamaui Steere was a synonym of C. bournsi 
Steere. From the specimens collected by us it was .possible to select a practically 
unbroken series between a bird with a magnificent deep-blue upper surface and a 
bird with a silvery white upper surface which had not a blue feather on it 
|Oec. Papers Minnesota Acad., T, No. 1, p. 47 ( 1894) ]. WORCESTER. 



54 



HALCYON Swains. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 
1892.) 

coromandus (Lath.), (p. 217.) 



Sangi Islands 
Liu Kiu Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Eastern Himalayas 
Korea Japan 

Formosa China 

Sumatra Celebes 

Java Borneo 

Indo-Chinese countries 



Calayan 

Guimaras 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Palawan 
Sibuyan 
Tawi Tawi 



gularis (Kuhl). (p. 227.) 



Basilan 


Mindanao 


Cebu 


Mindoro 


Guimaras 


Negros 


Leyte 


Panaon 


Lubang 


Panay 


Luzon 


Samar 


Maestro de 


Siquijor 


Campo 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Ticao 


Masbate 


Verde 



pileatus (Bodd.). (p. 229.) 



Ceylon 

Malay Peninsula 
Southern India to Canara 
Java Borneo 

Sumatra Celebes 

Indo-Chinese countries to China 
and north to Korea 



Balabac 
Basilan 



Palawan 
Tawi Tawi 



winchelli Rharpe. (p. 255.) 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cebu 

Mindanao 

Negros 

Panay 

Romblon 



Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 



55 



chloris (Bodd.). (p. 273.) 



Molucca Islands 
Tenimber Islands 
Lesser Sunda Islands 
Sula Islands Celebes 
Java Sumatra 

Mysol Aru Islands 



Basilan 
Bohol 
Bongao 
Cagayancillo 
Cagayan Sulu 
Calamiaues 
Camiguin 
Catanduanes 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Dinagat 
Fuga 
Guimaras 
Leyte 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Maestro 
Campo 



tie 



Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Seminar a 

Sibay 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



hombroni (Bp.). (p. 284.) 



Mindanao 



lindsayi (Vig.). (p. 280.) 



Luzon 



moseleyi Steerc. (p. 288.) Negros 

Suborder BUCEROTES. 
Family BUCEROTIDXE. 

HYDROCORAX Briss. 

(Grant, Cat. Eds., XVII, p. 357, 
1892.) 

hydrocorax (Linn.), (p. 358.) Luzon 



Marinduque 



mindanensis (Tweedd.) . (p. 359.) 



Basilan 



Mindanao 



semigaleatus (Tweedd.). (p. 300.) 



Leyte Samar 

Panaon 



ANTHRACOCEROS 7,ViY//w&. 

(Grant, Oat. Bds., XVII, p. 361, 
1892.) 

montani (Oust.), (p. 370.) Sulu 



Tawi Tawi 



56 



GYMNOUEMUS Grant. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 370, 
1892.) 

lemprieri Sharpe. 

[marchei Oust. (p. 370.) Cf. Everett, 
Ibis, 1895, p. 30.] 



Balabac Palawan 

Calamianes 



PENELOPIDES 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XVIII, p. 371, 
1892.) 

panini (1lo(U.) . (p. 372.) 

manillae (Kodd.}. (p. 373.) 

talisi Finsch, Notes Leyden Mus., XXIII, 
No. 4, pp. 190-193 (1903). 

mindorensis Steere. (p. 374.) 
affinis Ticeedd. (p. 375.) 
basilanica Steere. (p. 375.) 
samarensis Steere. (p. 376.) 

CRANORRHINUS Cab. & Heine. 

(Grant, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 377, 
1892.) 

leucocephalus (Vieill.) . (p. 378.) 
waldeni Sharpe. (p. 380.) 

Suborder MEROPES. 
Family MEROPIDXE. 

MEROPS Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 58, 
1892.) 

americanus P. L. 8. Muller, Syst. Nat. 
Suppl., p. 95 (1776) ; teste Sharpe. 
[bicolor Bodd. (p. 60.)] 



Ouimaras Panay 

Masbatc Ticao 

Negros 

Luzon Marinduque 

Luzon (Cagayan) 

Mindoro 



Dinagat 
Basilan 
Leyte 



Mindanao 



Samnr 



Camiguin 

Guimaras 
Negros 



Mindanao 
Panay 



Cagayancillo 

Calamianes 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Cresta de Gallo 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 



Masbate 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 
Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibuyan 

Tablas 



57 



philippinus Linn. (p. 71.) 



Malayan Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Ceylon Celebes 



Basilan 

Bazol 

Bohol 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



Suhordor CAPRIMULGI. 



J'umilv CAPRI MULGID/C. 



Subfamily CAPRIMULGI NJE. 

LYNCORNIS Gould. 

(Hartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 603; id. 
Tierr., p. 24.) 



macrotis (Vig. ). (p. 605.) 

\niindfinensis Tweed. (1. c. )] 

CAPRIMULGUS Linn. 

(Hartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 521; id. 
Tierr., p. 37.) 

griseatus Wald. (p. 550.) 



Basilan 
Luzon 



Luzon 
Mindoro 



Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Catanduanes Negros 



Sibuyan 



mindanensis (Mearns), Proc. Biol. Soc. 
Wash., XVIII, p. 85 (1905). 

manillensis Wald. (p. 544.) 



Mindanao 



Basilan 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 
Palawan 
Romblon 
Ticao 



macrurus Horsf. (p. 537.] 



Papuan Islands 
Northeastern Australia 
Greater Sunda Islands (Java) 



Calamianes 



Palawan 



jotaka Tcmin. tO Rchl. (p. 552.) 



Northeastern Siberia 
China Japan 

New Guinea (winter) 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Malay Peninsula (winter) 
Greater Sunda Islands (lointer) 



Calayan 



Palawan 



58 
Suborder CYPSELI. 

Family M ACROPTERYGI DXE. 



MACROPTERYX Swains. 

(Ifartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 512, 
1892; id. Tierreich, Lief. I, p. 63, 

1897.) 

major Hartert, Nov. Zoo!., IV, p. 11, ex 
Dubois. 

\comata Tomm.; Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 512, 
pt.] 



Basilan 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Sibutu 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 



Family CYPSELIDXE. 
Subfamily CHAETURINJE. 

SALANGANA Gcoffr. St.-Hilaire. 

(Collocalia Gray; Hartert, Cat Bds., 
XVI, p. 498, 1892; id. Tierr., 
p. 66.) 



whiteheadi Grant, 
(Tierr., p. fi.) 



Ibis, 1895, p. 459. 



Cagayancillo 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Sibuyan 
Palawan 
Verde 



low! (ftharpe). (p. 498.) 



Northern Borneo 

Nias Island Sumatra 



Palawan 



fuciphaga (Thiinlt.) . (p. 498. 



Seychelles Islands 
Islands of western Polynesia 
Indo-Malayan and Papuan Is- 
lands 



Cebu 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 



francica ((Urn.), (p. 50:1.) 



Mauritius 

Solomon Islands 

Molucca Islands 

Reunion Island 

Northern Australia 

Southern New Guinea 

Islands of western Polynesia 



Cagayancillo Cuyo 
Cagayan Sulu Negros 
Calamianes Panay 



59 



inexpectata Hume. (p. 505.) 



troglodytes Gray. (p. 507.) 



Andaman Islands 
Southern Tenasserim 
Western Malay Peninsula 



Cagayan Sulu 




Cebu 


Negros 


Guimaras 


Palawan 


Leyte 


Panay 


Luzon 


Romblon 


Marinduque 


Samar 


Masbate 


Sibuyan 


Mindanao 


Siquijor 


Mindoro 





linchi llorsf. & Moore, (p. 508.) 



Sumatra 
Nicobar Islands 
Andaman Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Java Borneo 



Bongao 
Luzon 



Mindanao 
Mindoro 



marginata Salvad. (p. 508.) 

[cebuensis Kutter, teste Dubois, Syn. 
Av., p. 130.] 



Calayan 

Cebu 

Luzon 



Masbate 
Mindoro 
Sibuyan 



CILffiTURA Steph. 

(Hartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 470, 
1892; id. Tierr., p. 70, 1897.) 

gigantea (Temm.). (p. 475.) 



Sumatra 

Malay Peninsula 

Java Borneo 



Calamianes 



Palawan 



celebensis Sol. (p. 470.) 



Celebes 
Basilan 



Negros 



dubia McGregor, Oovt. Lab. Publ. No. 34, Mindoro 
p. 15, pi. xii (1905). 



picina Tweedd. (p. 487.) 



Subfamily CYPSELINJE. 

TACHORNIS Gosse. 

(Hartert, Cat. Bds., XVI, p. 462, 
1892.) 

pallidior Mcdreyor, Govt. Lab. Publ. No. 25, ' Luzon 
p. 27 (1904). 



Mindanao 



Ticao 



60 



Order TROGONES. 

Family TROGONID>. 

PYROTROGON Bp.. Cpnsp. Av., Zygocl. p. 14 
(1854).- 

[Harpactes Swains. (nee. Templeton) ; 
Grant, Cat. Bds., XVII, p. 480, 1892. Cf'. 
Oberholser, Proc. Philad. Acad., 1899, p. 
206.] 



ardens (Tcmm.}. (p. 487.) 



Basilan 
Dinagat 
Leyte 
Luzon 



Marinduquo 

Mindanao 

Samar 



Suborder CUCULI. 



Family CUCULID/E. 



Subfamily CUCULINJE. 



COCCYSTES Gloger. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX; p. 
1891.) 

coromandus (Linn.}, (p. 214.) 



211. 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese countries 
Sumatra Borneo 

Java Celebes 

Indian Peninsula and Ceylon 
Southern and central China 



Mindanao 
Palawan 



Siquijor 



SURNICULUS Less. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX, p. 226, 
1891.) 

lugubris (Horsf.). (p. 227.) 



South China 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Java Borneo 

Ceylon Sumatra 



Balabac 



Palawan 



velutinus fl.lt arpe. (p. 230.) 



Basilan 

Luzon 

Malamaui 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 
Samar 
Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 






01 



HIEROCOCCYX N. Mill I. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bcls., XIX, p. 231, 

1891.) 
sparveroides (I'///.), (p. 282.) 



fug ax (//or*/.), (p. 2:50.) 



CUCULUS Linn. 

(Shelley. Cat. 1'xls.. XIX. p. 2 

1891.) 

micropterus (loulil. (p. 241.) 



canorus Li/ni. (p. 245.) 



saturatus Ilortys. 

| inlcniH'iliiiH Yulil. (p. 252.) T/. Blunt'., 
Kami. Brit. 1ml., Birds, 111, p. 207 



PENTHOCERYX ( 'ah. 

(C-ucuhix. pt., Shelley, Cat. Bds., 

XIX, p. 262, 1891.) 
sonnerati Lalh. (p. 262.) 



Borneo 

Eastern Siberia 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Japan China 



Calamianes 
Luzon 



Negros 
Palawan 



Greater Sunda Islands (Suma- 
tra, Java, Borneo) 



Basilan 
Cagayancillo 
Cebu 
Luzon 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Sulu 



Sumatra 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Andaman Islands 
Burmese provinces 
Ceylon Java 

China Borneo 

Japan Ternate 



Negros 

Africa (winter) 
Europe and northern Asia 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Malayan subregion to Australia 
(winter) 



Calayan 
Palawan 



Siquijor 



Eastern Siberia 
Indian Peninsula 
Andaman Islands 
Malay Archipelago 
Burmese provinces 
Northeastern Australia 
Japan China 

New Guinea New Britain 



.Mindanao 



Palawan 



Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Java Borneo 

Ceylon Sumatra 



Calamianes 
Palawan 



Tablas 
Timor 



CACOMANTIS >'. Miill. 

(Shelley, Cat. fids., XIX, p. 265, 
1891.) 

merulinus (Scop.), (p. 268.) 



CHALCOCOCCYX Cab. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX, p. 288, 
1891.) 

xanthorhynchus (Horsf.). (p. 289.) 



malayanus (Raffl.).- (p. 298.) 



EUDYNAMIS \'ig. & Horsf. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX, p. 315, 
1891.) 

honorata (Linn.), (p. 315.) 



Sumatra 
Malay Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Eastern Himalayas 
Northeastern Bengal 
Central India (Ruipor) 
Borneo Java 

Ternate Celebes 



Balabac 


Masbate 


Basilan 


Mindanao 


Bohol 


Mindoro 


Bongao 


Negros 


Cagayancillo 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panay 


Catanduanes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Sulu 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Lubang 


Tawi Tawi 


Luzon 


Ticao 



Nicobar Islands 
Andaman Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Java Borneo 

Assam Sumatra 



Cebu 
Mindoro 



Palawan 
Samar 



New Guinea 
Solomon Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Northern Australia 
Borneo Timor 

Java Flores 

Sumatra Celebes 



Bongao 
Luzon ? ' 
Mindanao 



Negros 
Tawi Tawi 



Malay Peninsula 
Andaman Islands 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Ceylon Java 

Sumatra Flores 

China Borneo 



Palawan 



1 Cf. Sharpe's Hand-List of Birds, Vol. II, p. 162, 1900. WORCESTER. 



mindanensis (Linn.}, (p. 321.) 



Sangi Islands 



frater McGregor, Bull. Philippine Mus., No. 
4, p. 21 (1904). 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cagayancillo 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Malanipa 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Calayau 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Fuga 



Subfamily CENTROPODIN.ZE. 

CENTROPUS lllif/i'i: 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX, p. 331, 
1891.) 

mindorensis (Steere). (p. 339.) Mindoro 

steerii Bourns & Worcester, Occ. Papers Mindoro 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 14 (1894). 

sinensis (ttteph.). (p. 343.) 



viridis (Scop.), (p. 349.) 



javanicus (Dunionl). (p. 354.) 



Semirara 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese countries 
India Java 

China Borneo 

Ceylon Sumatra 



Balabac Palawan 

Cagayan Sulu Sulu 
Luzon Tawi Tawi 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Calayan 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Dinagat 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduquo 



Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Siasi 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Ticao 



Sumatra 
Molucca Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Assam Java 

Burma Borneo 

China Celebes 



Bohol 

Calamianes 

Cebu 

Luzon 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



Palawan 

Panay 

Samar 

Semirara 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 



64 

melanops Lrms. (p. 305.) Basilan Nipa 

Leyte Samar 

Mindanao 



unirufus (Cab. tC- Heine), (p. 307.) Luzon 

Subfamily PH(ENICOPHAINJE. 

DRYOCOCCYX Sltarpc. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., XIX, p. 400, 
1891.) 

harringtoni Sharpe. (p. 400.) Balabac Palawan 

Calamianes 

DASYLOPHUS Swains. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., p. 403, 1891.) 

superciliosus (Cuv.). (p. 403.) Catanduanes Marinduque 

Luzon 

LEPIDOGR AMMUS Knchen b. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds., p. 404, 1891.) 

cumingi (Frascr). (p. 404.) Luzon Mariuduque 

Order SCANSORES. 
Suborder CAPITONES. 

Family CAPITONID/E. 

XANTHOLEMA Bp. 

(Shelley, Cat. Bds. r XIX, p. 88, 
1891.) 

haematocephalum (/'. L. S'. Milll.). (p. Malay iv-ninsuiu 
on \ Indian Peninsula 

I3urmcse provinces 
Ceylon Sumatra 



Calamiaues ?' Mindanao 
Leyte Mindoro 

Luzon Samar 



roseum (l)iunont) . (p. 96.) Bali Sumatra 

Java 



Cebu Negros 

Guimaras Romblon 

Masbate 



1 A barbet, probably .Y. hamatocephalum, was observed by me in the Calamianes 
Islands in 1893, but was, unfortunately, not obtained. WORCESTER. 



65 



Order PICIFOBMES. 

Suborder PICI. 

Family PICIDXE. 

Subfamily PICINJE. 

YUNGIPICUS Bp. 

(Hargitt, Cat. Bds., XVIII, p. 309. 
1890.) 



maculatus (Scop.), (p. 332.) 



Cebu 
Guimaras 



f ulvifasciatus Hargitt. (p. 333.) Basilan 

[basilanicus Steere, List Bds. & Mams. 
Steere Exp., p. 9 (1890).] 

menagei Bourns <X- Worcester, Occ. Papers Sibuyan 
Minnesota Acad., 1, No. 1, p. 14 (1894.) 



Negros 
Panay 

Mindanao 



ramsayi llargitt. (p. 334.) 
validirostris (Blylk.) . (p. 332.) 



Bongao 
Sulu 

Catanduanes 

Lubang 

Luzon 



leytensis titeere, List Bds. & Mains. Steere Leyte 
Exp., p. 9 (1890). 

TlQA-Kaup. 

(Hargitt, Cat. Bds., XVIII, p. 411, 
1890.) 



Tawi Tawi 



Marinduque 
Miudoro 



Samar 



everetti Tweedd. (p. 418.) 

CHRYSOCOLAPTES Blyth. 

(Hargitt, Cat. Bds., XVI 1 1, p. 442, 
1890.) 

erythrocephalus Sharpe. (p. 452.) 

haematribon (WagL). (p. 454.) 
lucidus (Scop.), (p. 455.) 
rufopunctatus Hargitt. (p. 457, pi. xii.) 



Balabac 
Calamianes 



Palawan 



Balabac 
Calamianes 

Luzon 
Basilan 

Leyte 
Panaon 



xanthocephalus Wald. & Layard. (p. 457.) Guimaras 

Masbate 
Negros 

35916 5 



Palawan 

Marinduque 

Mindanao 

Samar 



Panay 
Ticao 



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MICROSTICTUS Uargitt. 

(Hargitt, Cat. Bds., p. 489, 181)0.) 

fuliginosus (Twcedd.}. (p. 41)2.) 



Leyte 
Mindanao 



Samar 



funebris (Valc-nv.). (p. 492.) 



Catanduanes Marhiduque 
Luzon 



MULLERIPICUS Up. 1 

[Hemilophus Swains, (nee Serville), 
Hargitt, Cat. Bds., XVIII. p. 494, 
1890, Of. Oberholser, Proc. Philad. 
Acad., 1899, p. 204.] 

pulverulentus (Temm.) . (p. 494.) 



Sumatra 

Cochin China 

Malay Peninsula 

Burmese provinces 

Northwestern India 

Java Borneo 

Himalayas (Kumaun to Assam) 



Balabac 



Palawan 



THRIPONAX 2 Cab. & Heine, XVIII. 

(Hargitt, Cat. Bds., p. 497, 1890.) 

javensis (Horsf.). (p. 498.) 

[suluensis W. Blasius, J. f. 0. 1890, 
p. 140.] 



Malay Peninsula 
Southern Tenasserim 
Sumatra Java 

Banka Borneo 



Basilan 
Bongao 
Cebu 
Lapac 
Luzon 


Mindanao 
Sulu 
Surigao 
Tawi Tawi 


pectoral is Twcedd. (p. 500, pi. xviii.) Leyte 
Panaon 


Samar 



'Sharpe adopts Alophoiicrpes Reichenb., rejecting the earlier name Mulleripicus 
because of its bad formation. McGREGOR. 

2 Much uncertainty exists as to the distribution of the Philippine species of the 
genus Thriponax. Sharpe, in his Hand-List of Birds, includes T. javensis 
(Horsf.) from Luzon, Negros, Mindanao, and Basilan; T. suluensis W. Blasius 
from Sulu; T. pectoralis Ticcedd. from Leyte and Panaon; T. philippcnsis Steere 
from Panay, Guimaras, and Masbate; T. hargitti Sharpe from Palawan, and 
T. mindorensis Steere from Mindoro. This arrangement leaves entirely out of ac- 
count the Samar bird, which is undoubtedly typical T. pectoralis, as well as the 
Bongao, Tawi Tawi, and Cebu representatives of the genus. 

Sharpe has himself identified three specimens from Bongao and Tawi Tawi as 
T. javensis (Ibis, Apr., 1894, p. 249), and the specimens collected in Tawi Tawi 
by Bourns and myself were by vis referred to this species [Occ. Papers Minnesota 
Acad., I, No. 1, p. 36 (1894)]. 



07 

hargitti tilHirpc. (p. 505.) Guimaras Panay 

[philippensis Steero, List Bd*. & Mains. Masbate Palawan 

Steere Exp., p. 8 (1890).] 



mindorensis tit cere, List Bds. & Mams. Miudoro 
Steere Exp., p. 8 (18!)0). 

The name T. suhiensis has been given to the Sulu representatives of the genus by 
W. Blasius (J. f. O. 1890, p. 140), who bases his determination on five specimens 
collected by Platen. He separates T. suluensis from T. javensis on the ground 
that the bills and wings of the Sulu birds are shorter than are those of typical 
representatives of T. javensis. If the latter species, which ranges through Borneo, 
Bongao, Tawi Tawi, and Lapac, really gives way in Sulu to a distinct species 
only to reappear again in Basilan and Mindanao, it would be remarkable, although 
perhaps not more remarkable than that T. javensis of Mindanao should be 
replaced by T. pectoralis in Panaon, Leyte, and Samar, and should reappear in 
Luzon. In point of fact, Bourns and I were quite unable to differentiate our 
Sulu specimens from typical T. javensis, and I must therefore decline to recognize 
T. suluensis of Blasius as a valid species. 

The question presented by the central Philippine representatives of the genus 
can not be so readily disposed of. Dr. Steere separated the birds from Guimaras 
and Masbate under the name of T. philippensis, differentiating them from 
T. javensis on the strength of their possessing huffy white rumps and cheeks 
largely scarlet [List Bds. & Mams. Steere Exp., p. 8 (1890)]. Bourns and I 
assigned our Panay specimens to this species, which we described somewhat more 
fully than did Steere [Occ. Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 53 (1894)]. 

Later, however, in preparing our distribution list, having noted that Hargitt, 
in Volume XVIII of the Catalogue of Birds, did not recognize T. philippensis, we 
discarded the species and recorded all the central Philippine representatives of the 
genus, including our Negros specimens, under T. javensis. 

William Eagle Clark unhesitatingly identified an adult male bird collected in 
Negros by Keay as T. hargitti (Ibis, Oct., 1894, p. 534). In Ibis, Oct., 1895, 
p. 474, Clarke quotes Hargitt's views as to the identity of this specimen. 
Hargitt failed to reach any definite conclusion, but suggested that it resembled 
T. phitippensis more closely than T. hargitti, and added that he regarded the only 
other specimen that he had seen from Negros as T. javensis. 

Grant (Ibis, Oct., 1894, p. 473) asserts that T. philippensis Steere is identical 
with T. hargitti Sharpe, and later reiterates this statement (Ibis, Oct., 189(5, 
p. 558), but adds to our confusion by saying that the bird from Negros recorded 
by Hargitt under the name of T. javensis (Cat. Bds., XVII I, p. 500, specimen X) 
should, in his opinion, be referred to T. pectoralis, all the feathers of its breast 
being widely margined with whitish buff. Finally Clark (Ibis, Jan., 1898, 
p. 121 ) identifies three additional specimens from Negros as T. hargitti. 

As above noted, Sharpe, in his Hand-List of Birds, refers the Negros birds to 
T, javensis and retains Steere's T. philippensis, to which species he refers the birds 
from Panay, Guimaras, and Masbate. 

The question of the identity of the central Philippine representatives of the 
genus can hardly be satisfactorily settled without comparing a good series of 
specimens with a similar series from Palawan. Meanwhile, in view of Grant's 
positive statement that the types of T. hargitti and T. philippensis have been 
compared and agree in all particulars, I refer the central Philippine representa- 
tives of the genus to this species. WORCESTER. 



Order EUBYL^MIPOBMES. 

Family EURYLXEMID/E. 
Subfamily EURYLJEMINJE. 

SARCOPHANOPS Sharpe. 

(Sclater, Cat. Bds., XIV, p. 462. 

1888.) 



steerei Sharpe. (p. 462.) 



Basilan 
Dinagat 



samarensis titeere, List Bds. & Mams. Steere Leyte 
Exp., p. 23 (1890). 

Order PASSERIFORMES. 

Suborder MESOMYODI. 

Family P1TTID/E. 

PITTA Vieill 

(Sclater, Cat, Bds., XIV, p. 413, 

1888.) 

erythrogaster Tcmm. (p. 432.) 



Mindanao 



Samar 



propinqua Sharpe. (p. 433.) 
kochi Bruggem. (p. 433.) 
atricapilla Less. (p. 438.) 



mulleri Bp. (p. 439.) 



steer i Sharpe. (p. 442.) 



Basilan 


Palawan 


Bongao 


Panay 


Cagayancillo 


Romblon 


Calamianes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Sibutu 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Lubang 


Siquijor 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Marinduque 


Tablas 


Masbate 


Tawi Tawi 


Mindanao 


Ticao 


Mindoro 




Palawan 




Luzon 




Balabac 


Palawan 


Basilan 


Romblon 


Bongao 


Samar 


Calamianes 


Semirara 


Cebu 


Sibuyan 


Luzon 


Siquijor 


Marinduque 


Sulu 


Mindanao 


Tablas 


Mindoro 


Tawi Tawi 


Negros 




Banka 


Sumatra 


Borneo 




Sibutu 




Samar 


Mindanao 



69 

Suborder ACROMYODI. 
Family HI RUNDINID/E. 
Subfamily HIRUNDININ.E. 

CHELIDONABJA Reichcnow. 

(Rcichenow, J. f. 0. 1889, p. 187.) 
(Chelidon Boie (nee Forst.) ; 
Sharpc, Cat. Bds., X, p. 85, 1885.) 

dasypus (ftp.), (p. 91.) 



CLIVICOLA Forster. 

(Cotile Boie; Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, 
p. 96, 1885.) 

riparia (Linn.), (p. 96.) 



sinensis (J. E. Gray), (p. 104.) 



Japan 

Borneo (winter) 



Calayan 



Northern Asia 

Africa (winter) 

Northern America 

Europe China 

Indian Peninsula (winter) 

Indo-Burmese countries (win- 
ter) 

Central and southern America 
( winter ) 



Calayan 



Formosa 
Southern China 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Indo-Chinese countries (win- 
ter) 



Luzon (winter) 



HIRUNDO Schaeffer (ex Linn.) 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 123, 1885; 
Sharpe, & Wyatt, Monogr. Hi- 
rund., I, p. 209.) 

rustica Linn. (p. 128.) 



Europe 

Northern Asia 
Africa (winter) 
Indian Peninsula 
Manchuria China 

Indo-Chinese provinces 
Malay Peninsula (winter) 



Mindanao 



Palawan 



70 



guttural is Scop. (p. 134.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Malay Archipelago 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Southern China (winter) 
Central and eastern Siberia 
Northern Australia (winter) 
Kamtchatka China 
Japan New Guinea 



Basilan 
Cagayan Sulu 
Calayan 
Cuyo 
Fuga 
Guimaras 
Luzon 

Maestro de 
Campo 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Palawan 

Panay 

Semirara 

Sibay 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Ticao 



javanica Sparrm. (p. 142.) 



New Guinea 
Southern India 
Molucca Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Islands of Torres Straits 
Java Borneo 

Ceylon Sumatra 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Dinagat 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



striolata Boie. (p. 161.) 



Formosa 
Southern China 
Burmese provinces 
Java Flores 

Assam Cachar 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Masbate 



Family MUSCICAPID/E. 



HEMICHELIDON Hodgs. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. Ill, 1879.) 

sibirica (Gin.), (p. 120.) 



Japan 

China (winter) 
Eastern Siberia 
Altai Mountains 



Palawan 



71 



griseisticta (Sicinh.). (p. 153.) 



ferruginea Uodtjs. (p. 132.) 

\cinerriccps Sharpe, Ibis, 1887, p. 141; 
Cf. Sharpe, Ibis, 1804, p. 541.] 



New Guinea 
Celebes (winter) 
Ussuri Land (Sidemi) 
Molucca Islands. (Winter: 

Batchian, Halmahera, Moro- 

tai, Ceram) 
Japan China 



Cagayancillo 


Masbate 


Cagayan Sulu 


Mindoro 


Calamianes 


Negros 


Calayan 


Palawan 


Catanduanes 


Pan ay 


Cuyo 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Tawi Tawi 


Luzon 





Khasi Hills 

Southern China 

Northern Borneo 

Burmese provinces 

Eastern Himalayas (Nepal, Si- 

khim) 
Assam Sumatra 



Palawan 



ALSEONAX Cab. 

(Sharpo, Cat. Bds., TV, p. 126, 1879.) 

latirostris (Itafflnt). (p. 127.) 



Ceylon 

Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Molucca Islands (Buru) 
Eastern Siberia (Sakalin) 
Japan China 



Bongao ? l 
Negros 



Sulu? 1 



CYORNIS 

(Sipliia, pt., Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, 
p. 441, 187-9). [Cf. Gates, Faun. 
Brit. Ind., Birds, II, p. 11 
(1890).] 

herioti Wardlaic-Ramsay, Ibis, 1886, p. 159 Luzon 

[enganensis Grant, Bull. B. O. C., IV, 
p. ii (1895). Cf. Sharpe, Bull. B. O. 
C., XI, p. 00 (1901.)] 



banyumas (Jlorsf.). (p. 449.) 



Java 



Luzon (Mariveles) 
Palawan 



1 Sharpe records A. latirostris from Bongao and Sulu [Hand-List of Birds, 
Vol. Ill, p. 20(5 (1901)]. In his list of the birds of the Sulu Archipelago pub- 
lished in Ibis, April, 1894, pp. 257-259, he does not include this species. 



72 



philippi nensis Sharpe. (p. 450.) 

[= simplex Blyth, Ibis, 1870, p. 165, 
teste Finsch in lift.] 



lemprieri Sharpe, Ibis, 1884, p. 319. 

[ramsayi W. Blasius, Ornis, 1888, p. 308. 
Cf. Everett, Ibis, 1895, p. 25.] 

erythaca Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 199. 

[platence Blasius, Ornis, 1888, p. 308.] 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cebu 

Dinagat 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Balabac 
Calamianes 



Palawan 



Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



Palawan 



MUSCICAPULA Blyth. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 203, 1879.) 
[Dendrobiastes Sharpe, Tr. Linn. Soc., (2) 
I, p. 332 (1876).] 

samarensis Bourns. & Worcester, Occ. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, p. 24 (1894). 

luzoniensis Grant, Ibis, 1894, p. 505. 

nigrorum Whitehead, Bull. B. 0. C. vi, p. 
xliii (1897). 

. montigena M earns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 
XVIII, p. 8 (1905). 



westermanni Sharpe, P. Z. S., 1888, p. 270. 



GERYGONE Gould. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 211, 1879.) 

simplex Cab. (p. 214.) 



Samar 



Calayan 
Luzon 

Negros 



Mindanao 



basilanica Sharpe, Tr. Linn. Soc., 2d ser. i, p. Basilan 
332 (1876). 

[mindanensis W. Blasius, J. f. O. 1890, 
p. 147. Cf. Sharpe, Bull. B. O. C. xi, 
p. 60 (1901).] 



Mindoro 
Negros ? 



Mindanao 



Malay Peninsula (Mountains of 
Perak) 

Mountains of northwestern Bor- 
neo and Celebes 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



Lubang 
Luzon 



Negros 



Mindoro 
Verde 



rhizophorae M earns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Bongao? 1 Sulu? 



XVIII, p. 7 (1905). 



Mindanao 



1 Sulu and Bongao birds probably belong to the race rhizophorcu. Guillemaril 
refers his Sulu birds to flaveola. Cf. P. Z. S., 1885, p. 263. McGREGOK. 



73 



XANTHOPYGIA Blyth. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 249, 1879.) 

narcissina (Tfium.). (p. 24!l.) 



Japan China 

Northern Borneo (winter) 



Mindanao 



Mindoro 



CYANOPTILA Blyth. 

(Xanthopygia pt., Sharpe, Cat. Bds., 
IV, p. 249, 1879.) 

bella (A. Hay), (p. 251.) 

[Muscicapa cyanomelrenfi Tcmnt.. noo M. 
cyanomclas Vieill.] 

[Of. Stejn., Pr. U. S. Nat. Mus.. xv. 
p. 328 (1892).] 



Northwestern Borneo 
Japan China 

Indo-Chinese countries 



Palawan (winter) 



HYPOTHYMIS Boie. 

{ Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 273, 1879.) 

occipitalis (Vig.). (p. 275.) 



Nicobar Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Java Flores 

Formosa Hainan 

Borneo Lombok 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Bongao 

Calamianes 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Maestro de 

Campo 
Malanipa 
Marinduque 
Masbate 
Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



superciliaris Sharpe. (p. 278.) 



Basilan 



Mindanao 



samarensis Steerc, List Bds. & Mams. Philip- Leyte 
pine Exp., p. 16 (1890). 



Samar 



CYANOMYIAS Sharpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 273, 1879.) 

ccelestis (Twecdd.) . (p. 278.) 



Basilan 
Dinagat 
Luzon 



Mindanao 
Sibuyan 



helenae Steerc, List Bds. & Mams. Philippine Samar 
Exp., p. 1C (1890). 



74 



RHIPIDURA Vig. & Horsf. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 303, 1879.) 
[6Y. Biittik. Notes Leyden 
Mus., xv, p. Go (1893).] 

cyaniceps (Cass.). (p. 323.) 



Luzon 



sauli Bourns & Worcester, Occ. Papers Min- Tablas 
nosota Acnd., T, No. 1, p. 20 (1894). 



nigrocinnamomea Hnrtcrt, ]?\ill. P>. O. ('.. Mindanao 
XIV, p. 12 (1903). 



albiventris Sltarpe. (p. 324.) 



nigritorquis Vi<j. (p. 334.) 



Guimaras 


Panay 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Negros 




Basilan 


Negros 


Bohol 


Palawan 


Bongao 


Panay 


Calamianes 


Romblon 


Cebu 


Samar 


Cuyo 


Siasi 


Dinagat 


Sibuyan 


Guimaras 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verde 


Mindoro 





ZEOCEPHUS Bp. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 342, 1879.) 

rufus (dray), (p. 343.) 



Cebu 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Mindoro 

Negros 



Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

TaBlas 



cinnamomeus Klinrpc. (p. 343.) 



Basilan 
Bongao 
Mindanao 



Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



cyanescens Sliarpc. (p. 343.) 



Calamianes Palawan 



CALLAEOPS Grant. 

(Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., IV, pp. xviii. 
xxii, 1895.) 

periophthalmica drant. (1. P.) 



Luzon 



75 



TERPSIPHONE Gloger. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 34-1, 1879.) 

affinis (Itli/th.). (p. 349.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Eastern Himalayas 
Indo-Chinese provinces 
Assam Java 

Borneo Sumatra 



Luzon 



RHINOMYIAS Slwrpc. 

( Sharpo, Cat. Bds.. 1 V, p. .107, 1879.) 



albigularis Itonnis cG U'om's/o-, Ooc. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, Xo. 1, p. 27 (1804). 



Guimaras 



ruficauda (Sharpe). (p. 308.) Basilan 

\8fimoretifiis Steere, List. Bds. & Mams. Leyte 
Steere Exp., p. 10 (1890).] 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Sulu 



ocularis liourns d- Worcester, Occ. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, Xo. 1, p. 28 (1804). 

insignis Graul, Bull. B. O. C., IV, p. xl Luzon 
(1805) ; id. Ibis, 1805, p. 442, pi. xii, fig. 2. 



CULICICAPA SirinJi. 

(Sharpo, Cat. Bds.,. IV, p. 309, 1879.) 

ceylonensis ( ,SV(mi.s. ) . (p. 300.) 



Tawi Tawi 



helianthea OHi//.). (p. 370.) 

[panayensis Sharpe. (p. 371.)] 



Khasi Hills 

Indian Peninsula 

Mountains of northwestern Bor- 
neo 

Malay Peninsula (Mountains of 
Perak) 

Ceylon Java 



Palawan 

Celebean Sea Celebes 
Banggai and Saleyer Islands 



Bongao 

Cebu 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Mindanao 



Negros 
Palawan 
Panay 
Tawi Tawi 



CRYPTOLOPHA Swains. 

(Sharpo, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 393, 1879.) 
[Cf. Gates, Faun. Brit. Ind., 
Birds, I, p. 421, 1889.] 

cebuensis Dubois, Syn. Av. p. 280 (1000). 
[flavigularis Bourns & Worcester, Occ. 
Papers Minnesota Acad., I, Xo. 1, p. 23 
( 1S04, nee Godw.-Aust.) .] 



Cebu 



76 



mentis Sharpe, Ibis, 1887, p. 442. 



Sumatra 

Mountains of northwestern Bor- 
neo 



Palawan 



xanthopygia Whitehead, Bull. B. 0. C., I, p. Palawan 
xxxi (1893) ; id. Exped. Kina Balu, pi. 16, 
fig. 2 (1893). 

mindanensis Hartert, Bull. B. O. C., XIV, Mindanao 
p. 12 (1903). 

ABRORNIS Hodgs. 

(Cryptoloplia, pt., Sharpe, Cat. Bds., 
IV, p. 393, 1879.) 

nigrorum (Moseley), Ibis, 1891, p. 47, pi. ii, Luzon 
j? i Mindoro 

olivacea Moseley, Ibis, 1891, p. 47, pi. ii, Leyte 
fis. 2. 



EUMYIAS Cab. 1 

(Stoparola Blyth; Sharpe, Cat. Bds., 
IV, p. 435, 1879.) 

panayensis (Sharpe) . (p. 440. ) Negros 

nigrimentalis (Grant), Bull. B. O. C., Ill, Luzon 
p. 50 (1894) ; id., Ibis, 1894, p. 507, pi. xiv, 
fig. 2. 



Negros 



Samar 
Sulu 



Luzon 

Mindanao -Tawi Tawi 

Negros 



Pan ay 
Mindoro 



nigriloris (Hartert), Bull. B. O. C., XIV, Mindanao 
p. 80 (1904). 

Family CAMPOPHAGID/C. 

ARTAMIDES Ilartl. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 8, 1879.) 

dificilis Hartert, Nov. Zool., II, p. 470 (1895). Balabac 

Calamianes 

guillemardi Salvad., Ibis, 1886, p. 154. Bongao 

[pollens (nee Salvad.) Guillem., P. Z. S.. Lapac 
1885, p. 258.] 



striatus (Bodd.) . (p. 18.) 



Lubang 



kochi Kutter, Orn. Centralbl., 1882, p. 183; Basilan 
J. f. 0. 1883, p. 163. 

[mindanensis Steere, List Bds. & Mams. 
Steere Exp., p. 14 (1890).] 



Mindanao 



Palawan 



Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



Luzon 

Nipa 

Panaon 

Samar 



l "81oparola Blyth, 1836 means something else!" RICHMOND. 



77 



panayensis titccrc, List. Bds. & Mams. Steorc 
Exp., p. 14 (1890). 

mindorensis Slccre, t. c., p. 14 (1890). 
cebuensis Grant, Ibis, 1898, p. 535. 

EDOLIISOMA Jacq. & Pucher. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 42, 1879.) 

caerulescens (Blyth). (p. 44.) 



Guiraaras 

Masbate 

Negros 

Mindoro 
Cebu 



Luzon 



Pa nay 
Ticao 



Tablas 



. alterum Wardlaw-Ramsay, Ibis, 1881, p. 34. Cebu 

panayense Steere, List Bds. & Mams. Steere Guimaras 
Exp., p. 14 (1890). Negros 



Panay 



everetti Sharpe, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. x 

(1893). 



Bongao 
Sulu 



Tawi Tawi 



mindanense (Tweedd.) (P. Z. S., 1878, p. Basilan 
947) ; Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 470 (1879). 

elusum McGregor, Govt. Lab. Publ. No. 34, Mindoro 
p. 19 (1905). 

PERICROCOTUS Boie. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 70, 1879.) 

marchesae Guillem,, P. Z. S., 1885, p. 259, Sulu 
pi. xviii, fig. 1. 



Mindanao 



novus McGregor, Bull. Philippine Mus., No. 
3, p. 13 (1904); W. Ramsay, Ibis, 1886, 
p. 161. 



Luzon 



Negros 



leytensis Steere, List Bds. & Mams. Steere 
Exp., p. 15 (1890). 



Leyte 



Sainar 



igneus Blyth. (p. 78.) 



cinereus Lafr. (p. 83.; 



Western China 
Malay Peninsula 
Southern Tenasserim 
Sumatra Borneo 



Palawan 

China 

Pegu (winter) , 

Eastern Siberia 

Borneo (winter) 

Malay Peninsula (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Mindoro 
Palawan 



78 



LALAGE Hole. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 8(5, 18?!).) 

melanoleuca (Blyth.). 1 (p. 91.) Luzon 

[Uf. Wardlaw-Ramsay, Ibis, 18S4, p. 334. | Miudoro 



Semirara 7 ' 



minor (Ntccre), List Bds. & Mains. Steere Mindanao 
Exp., p. 15 (1890). Leyte 



Samar 



niger (Forstcr). 

[terat Bodil.; Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, 
p. 95.] 



Sumatra 
Malay Peninsula 
Java Borneo 

Nicobar Islands (Camorta, Nan- 
cowry) 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Cagayancillo 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibay 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Ticao 



Family PYCNONOTID/E. 

^GITHINA Vieill. 

(Sharpe, Oat. Bds., VI, p. 4, 1881.) 



viridis (Bp.). (p. 11.) 



Sumatra 
Palawan 



Borneo 



CHLOROPSIS Jurd. & Sdby. 

(Slmrpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 15, 1881.) 

palawanensis tiharpe. (p. 33.) 



Balabae 
Calamiane.s 



Palawan 



flavipennis (T-iceedd.) (p. 34.) 



Cebu 



Mindanao '.' - 



1 A bird seen by me on Semirara in April, 1905, but not killed, was in all proba- 
bility L. melanoleuca. WORCESTER. 

2 CMoropsis flavipennis is listed by W. Blasius among the birds collected by 
Dr. Platen at Davao, in Mindanao, in the summer of 1889 (J. f. O., April, 1890, 
p. 145). The failure of any other collector to find any representative of this 
genus in Mindanao is so remarkable that it leads me to doubt the correctness 
of this record which Sharpe does not recognize in his Hand-List of Birds. 
WORCESTER. 



79 



IRENA llorsf. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 174, 1881.) 

cyanogaster Yiy. (p. 175.) 

ellae tilevrc, List Bds. & Mains. Steerc Exp.. 
p. 18 (.1800). 

melanochlamys tilitirpc. (p. 170.) 
tweeddalii tihnritc. (p. 178.) 

HYPSIPETES TVry. 

(Sharpe, Gat. Bds., VI, p. 35, 1881.) 

fugensis dnint, Bull B. O. C., V, p. ii (1895) ; 
id. Ibis, 1890, p. 113. 

IDLE Blyth. 

.(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 54, 1881.) 

striaticeps Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 200. 
everetti Tweedd. (p. 57.) 



haynaldi Blatiius, J. f. O., 1890, p. 141; 
Sharpe, Ibis, 1894, p. 253. 



Luzon 
Leyte 

Basilan 

Balabac 
Calamianes 

Calayan 



rufigularis (Miai-pe). (p. 57, pi. iii.) 
philippensis (Gin.), (p. 58.) 



guimarasensis Htccrc, Bds. & Mams. Steere 
Exp., p. 19 (1890). 

mindorensis Steere, List. Bds. & Mains. 
Steere Exp., p. 19 (1890). 

[svhmackeri Hartert, J. f. O., 1890, p. 
155.] 

siquijorensis til cere, op. eit. p. 19 (1890). 



Palawan 

Mindanao 

Dinagat 

Leyte 

Bongao 
Sibutu 

Basilan 



cinereiceps lloiiniK i(- Worcester, Oc-c. I'ap 
Minnesota Acad., 1, Xo. 1. p. 25 (1894). 

monticola Bourns A Worcester, I. c. 



Mindoro 



Siquijor 
Romblon 

Cebu 



POLIOLOPHUS 

(Sharpe, Tr. Linn. Soc. (2) i, p. 334, 

187G.) 

urost ictus ( tialvad. ) . (p. G3.) 

[basilaniciis Steere, List. Bds. & Mams. 
Steere Exp., p. 19 (1890).] 



Samar 

Mindanao 
Palawan 

Fuga 



Panaon 
Samar 



Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



Mindanao 



Bohol 


Marinduque 


Cebu 


Mindanao 


Leyte 


Panaon 


Lubang 


Samar 


Luzon 




Guimaras 


Panay 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Negros 


Verde 



Semirara 



Tablas 



Basilan Luzon 

Catanduanes Mindanao 

Dinagat Panaon 

Leyte Samar 



80 



MICROTARSUS Eyton. 

(Micropus Swains.,, ncc Linn.; 
Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 64, 

1881.) 

mclanocephalus (din.), (p. 00.) 



CRINIGER Temm. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 70, 1881.) 

f rater Sharpe. (p. 79, pi. v.) 



Sumatra 

Malay Peninsula 

Burmese Provinces 

Eastern Bengal (Dacca, Tii>- 

pera) 
Java Borneo 



Palawan 



Balabac 
Calamianes 



palawanensis Tweedd. (p. 83, pi. vi, fig. 2.) Palawan 

PYCNONOTTTS Boie. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VI, p. 120, 1881.) 
\PachycephaMxus & Stictognathus, 
Biittik. Notes Ley den Mus., xvii, 
p. 249 (1896). 

Gymnocrotaphus & Bonapartea, 
Biittik., op. cii. xvii, p. 246, 
xviii, p. 58.] 

goiavir (Scop.), (p. 141.) 



cinereifrons Tweedd. (p. 153.) Calamiaues 

Family Tl M ELI \D/E. 
Subfamily TIMELIIN^. 

PSEUDOTHARRHALEUS Grant. 

(Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., IV, p. xl, 
1895.) 



caudatus Grant, I. c. 



Luzon 



unicolor Hartert, Bull. B. 0. C., XIV, p. 74 Mindanao 
(1904). 



Palawan 



Basilan 


Negros 


Bohol 


Nipa 


Cebu 


Panay 


Guimaras 


Romblon 


Leyte 


Samar 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Marinduque 


Tablas 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verde 


Mindoro 





Palawan 



81 

griseipectus Maims, 1'roc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Mindanao 
XV111, p. 2 (1!)05). 

TURDINUS Myth. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Btls., VII, p. 539, 
1883.) 

[Cf. Biittik. Notes Leyden Mus. 
XVII, p. G8 (1895). Mala- 
cocinda Biittik. t. c. p. 79, 
Illadopsis Biittik, t. c. p. 
98.] 

'rufifrons Ticeedd. (p. 546.) Balabac Palawan 

[Malacopterum palawanense Biittik. 
Notes Leyden Mus. XVII, p. 104 
(1895).] 



PTILOCICHLA Sharpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 586, 
1883.) 

falcata Sharpe. (p. 586.) Balabac Palawan 



basilanica Steere, List. Bds. & Mams. Steere Basilan 
Exp., p. 18 (1890) ; id. Ibis, 1891, pi. vii. 



mindanensis Steere, I. c.; Cf. Blasius, J. f. O. Mindanao 
1890, p. 146. 



minuta Bourns & Worcester, Occ. Papers Samar 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 24 (1894). 



ANUROPSIS Sharpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 588, 
1883.) 

cinereiceps (Tweedd.) . (p. 590.) Balabac Palawan 



DASYCROTAPHA Tweedd. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 574, 
1883.) 

speciosa Tweedd. (p. 574.) Negros 

35916 6 



82 



ZOSTERORNIS (Jrtuit. 

(G.rant, Bull. E. 0. C., Ill, p. i, 
1894.) 

striata Gnnil, I. c., p. ii (1894); id. Ibis, 
1895, pi. iv, fig. 1. 



Luzon 



whiteheadi Grant, 1. c., p. i (1894) ; id. Ibis, Luzon 
1894, pi. xv, fig. 1. 

pygmaea Grant, Bull. B. O. C., vi, p. xviii Leyte 
(1800) ; id. Ibis, 1897, pi. vi, fig. 1. 



platen i ( W. Blasuis), J. f. O., 1800, p. 147. 
capital is (Ticcedd.). (p. 582.) 



nigrocapitata (Steere), List. Bds. & Mains. 
Exp. Pliilipp., p. 17 (1890). 



Mindanao 

Basilan 
Diuagat 
Leyte 

Luzon? 1 



Samar 



Mindanao 
Panaou 



Samar 



dennistouni Grant, Bull. B. O. C., V, p. ii Luzon 
(1895) ; id. Ibis, 1896, pi. iii, fig. 2. 

MIXORNIS Hodgs. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VIT, p. 575, 
1883.) 

WOOdi Sharpe. (p. 577.) Balabac 

cagayanensis Guillem., P. Z. S., 1885, p. 410, Cagayan Sulu 
pi. xxv. 

MACRONUS Jard. & Selby. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 583, 
1883.) 



Palawan 



striaticeps Sharpe. (p. 584.) 



Dasilan 



mindanensis Steere, List. Bds. & Mains. Dinagat 
Steere Exp., p. 17 (1800). 



montanus Mearns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 
XVIII, p. 4 (1005). 



Leyte 
Mindanao 



kettlewelli Guillem., P. Z. S., 1885, p. 202, Bongao 
pi. xviii, fig. 2. Sulu 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Tawi Tawi 



"A single specimen of Zosterornis, obtained at Mariveles, in the Province of 
Bataan, Island of Luzon, can not be differentiated from Z. nigrocapitata hereto- 
fore recorded from Samar and Leyte without specimens for actual comparison. 
While it may be ultimately proven to belong to an undescribed species, it has 
been provisionally assigned by McGregor to Z. nigrocapitata [Govt. Lab. Publ. 
No. 34, p. 20 (1905)]. 



83 

Subfamily BRA.CHYPTERYGINJE. 

BRACHYPTERYX Hontf. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 35, 1883.) 
[Callene, pt., Sharpe, t. e. 15. 
C/; Gates, Faun. Brit. Intl., 
Birds, I, p. 185.] 

brunneiceps Grunt. Ibis, 1896. p. 547. Negros 



poliogyna Grant, Bull. B. O. (_'., IV, p. xl Luzon Mindoro 

. (1895) ; id. Ibis, pi. xii, fig. 1. 



mindanensis Mearns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Mindanao 
XVI] I, p. 3 (1905). 



LEONARDINA Mcanis. 

(Leonardia Mearns, 1905, ncc Tappa- 
rone-Canefri (1890).) 

[Cf. Mearns, l > roc. Biol. Soc. 
Wash., XVIII, p. 88 
(1905).] 

woodi Mearns, Proc. Biol. 8oc. Wash., XVIII, Mindanao 
p. 2 (1905). 

Family TURDID/E. 
Subfamily TURDINJE. 

MERULA Lead,. 

(Seebolini, Cat. Bds., V, p. 232, 1881.) 

nigrorum ((Jnnit), Ibis, ISJKi, p. 544. Negros 



thomassoni ticebohm, Bull. B. 0. C., Ill, p. Luzon 
li (1894). 



mindorensis (Grant), Ibis, 1896, p. 465. Mindoro 



kelleri Mearns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XVIII, Mindanao 
p. 6 (1905). 



84 



GEOCICHLA Temm. 

(Seebohin, Cat. 
1881.) 



Bds., V, ,p. 117, 



interpres (Tcmm.}. (p. 106.) 

[avensis Gray (p. 167). Cf. Gates, Fauna 
Brit. India II, p. 138, 1890.] 



Malay Peninsula 
Northwestern Borneo 
Sumatra Java 

Lombok Sumbavva 



Basilau 
Sulu 



Tawi Tawi 



cinerea Bourns t- Worcester, Occ. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 23 (1894). 



Mindoro 



OREOCICHLA Gould. 

(Geocichla pt. Seebohm, Cat. Bds., 
V, p. 147, 1881.) 

[Cf. Seebohm, Monogr. Turdi- 
dae, I, pp. 1-32.] 

varia (Pall.), (p. 151.) 

[hancei Swinh. (p. 153.)] 



TURDUS Linn. 

(Seebohm, Cat. Bds., V, p. 184, 

1881.) 

pallidus Gm. (p. 274.) 



Japan 

China (winter) 

Burma (winter) 

Accidental in Europe 

Western and eastern Siberia 



Luzon 



Japan 

Formosa (winter) 
Southern China (winter) 
Eastern Siberia (Amur-laud 
and Usuri-land) 



Calayan 



chrysolaus Tctnm. (p. 275.) 



China (winter) 
Formosa (winter) 
Japan Hainan 

Eastern Siberia (Ussuri-land, 
Sakhalin) 



Calayau 



Luzon 



obscurus Gm. (p. 273.) 



Japan 

China (winter) 
Borneo (winter) 
Burma (winter) 
Malay Peninsula 
Eastern Himalayas 
Eastern Siberia (Yenesi 
Amur) 



Calayan 
Guimaras 



Luzon 

Negros 



85 



PETROPHILA Swains. 

(Monticola pt. Seebohm, Cat. Bds., 
V, p. 312.) 

[Cf. Gates, Fauna Brit. India, 
Bds., I, p. 142, 1889.] 

manilla Bodd. 

\so1itaria (P. L. S. MH1I., nee Linn.), 
(p. 319.)] [teste Stejnoger in lift.] 



Japan 

Eastern Siberia 
Southern China (winter) 
Malay Archipelago (winter) 
Burmese Provinces (winter) 



Agutaya 

Balabac 

Basilan 

Cagayancillo 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cuyo 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Negros 

Palawan 

Panaon 

Panay 

Romblon 

Sibay 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



Subfamily BUTICILLINJE. 

CHIMARRHORNIS Ilodgs. 

(Sharpc, Cat. Bds., VIT, p. 47, 1883.) 

bicolor Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. 44 Luzon 
(1894) ; id. Ibis, 1804, pi. xv, fig. 2. 



CALLIOPE Gould. 

( Briikachus pt. Seebohm, Cat. Bds., 
V, p. 293, 1881.) 

[Cf. Gates, Faun. Brit. Ind., 
Birds, I, p. 101, 1889.] 

calliope (Pall.), (p. 305.) 



Europe (accidental) 
Southern China (winter) 
Burmese provinces (winter) 
Siberia Northern China 

Northern and Central India 
(winter) 



Calayan 

Luzon 

Masbate 



Mindoro 
Negros 



COPSYCHUS Wagler. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 60, 1883.) 

mindanensis (Gm.). (p. 60.) 



CITTOCINCLA, Scl 

(Shar])o, ( 1 at. Bds., VII, p. 84, 1883.) 
[Of. Hartert. Nov. Zool. ix, pp. 
572-573, 1892.] 

nigra tiharpe. (p. 90.) 
luzoniensis (Kittl.). (p. 91.) 

cebuensis Meere, List. Bds. & Mams. Steere 
Exp., p. 20 (1890). 

superciliaris HOIII-HK <.( Worcester, Occ. Pa- 
pers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 23 
(1S94). 

nigrorum (Irnnt, Ibis, 1890, p. 547. 

PRATINCOLA Koch. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., IV, p. 178, 1879.) 

caprata (Linn.), (p. 195.) 



SAXICOLA Bechst. 

(Seebohm, Cat. Bds., V, p. 
1881.) 



363, 



oenanthe (Linn.), (p. 391.) 

[Cf. Stejneger, Pr. U. S. Nat. Mus.. 
XXIII, p. 473 (1901) ; id. Auk, XVI 11. 
p. 186 (1901). | 
[cenanthoides Vig.] 



Basilan 

Bongao 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara ? ' 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



Balabac 
Calamianes 



Catanduanes 
Luzon 



Mashato 



Nogros 



Persia 

Indian Peninsula 

Burmese provinces 



Palawan 



Marinduque 



Ticao 



Java 

Bohol 

Cebu 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Masbate 



Borneo 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Siquijor 

Ticao 



Europe and northern Asia to 

Alaska 
Indian Peninsula and eastern 

Africa (winter) 



Calayan 



1 A bird seen by me on Semirara in April. 1905, but. not killed, was in all proba- 
bility ('. mhidniirnsiK. WORCESTER. 



87 



Family SYLVIIDXE. 



LOCUSTELLA Kaup. 

(Seebohm, Cat. 
1881.) 



Bds., V, p. 107, 



fasciolata (Gray), (p. 100.) 

[Cf. A. B. Meyer & Wiglesw., B. Celebes, 
p. 524 (1808).] 



Talaut Islands 
Sangir Islands 
Eastern Siberia 
Molucca Islands 
China Japan 

Batchian, Halmahera, Morotai 
(winter) 



Oalayan 

Luzon 

Marinduque 



Sulu 
Tablas 
Tawi Tawi 



ochotensis (Midd.). (p. 113). 

\<li/boicskii Ridgw., Pi-. V. S. Nat. Mus. 
. VI, p. 92 (1883).] 



Kurile Islands 
Borneo (winter) 
Northeastern Siberia 
Greater Sunda Islands 
Kamtchatka Japan ' 



Calayan 
Marinduque 



Mindoro 
Romblon 



lanceolata (Temm.) . (p. 118.) 



China (winter) 
Eastern Europe (Russia) 
Andaman Islands (winter) 
Indian Peninsula (winter) 
Burmese provinces (winter) 
Siberia Central Asia 



Calayan 



Luzon 



ACROCEPHALUS Naum. 

(Socbohni, Cat. Eds., V, p. 87, 1881.) 
\Tatare Lesson; Sharpe, Cat. 
Bds., VII, p. 524 (1883). 
Cf. Zool. ftec., Aves, 1883, 
p. 26; Biittik. Notes Ley- 
den Mus., XIV, p. 13 
(1892).] 

sorgophilus (Swinh.). (p. 94.) 



China 
Luzon 



orientalis (Tc.mm. d-8c1il). (p. 97.) 



Japan 

Northern China 

Eastern Siberia 

Burmese provinces (winter) 

Malay Archipelago' (winter) 



Calayan 

Cebu 

Luzon 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Palawan 



88 



TRIBURA Hodgs. 

(Lusciniola pt. Seebohm, Cat. Bcls., 
V, p. 120, 1881.) 

[Cf. Gates, Faun. Brit. Incl., 
Birds, I, 361, 1889.] 

seebohmi (Grant), Bull. B. O. C., IV, p. xl Luzon 
(1895) ; id. Ibis, 1895, p. 443. 



ORTHOTOMUS Horsf. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 219 
(1883). 

[Cf. Grant, Ibis, 1897, p. 229.] 

frontal is Sharpe. (p. 220.) 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Dinagat 



Leyte 

Mindanao 

Samar 



cinereiceps Sharpe. (p. 222.) 



Basilan Mindanao 



nigriceps Tweedd. (p. 222.) 



Mindanao 



samarensis Steere, List Bds. & Mams. Stoere Leyte 
Exp., p. 20 (1890.) 



Samar 



Guimaras 



castaneiceps WaU. (p. 223.) 

Ipanayensis Steere, List. Bds. & Mams. Masbate 
Steere Exp., p. 20, 1890. Cf. Grant, 
Ibis, 1896, p. 549.] 



derbianus Moore, (p. 224.) 



Luzon 



chloronotus Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., Ill, p. ii Luzon 
(1895). 



ruficeps (Lefts.), (p. 224.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Southern Tenasserim 
Sumatra Borneo 



Balabac Palawan 

Calamianes 



cineraceus Bh/th. (p. 225.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Sumatra Borneo 



Oagayan Sulu 



CISTICOLA Kaup. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 235, 
1883.) 

cisticola (Tcnun.). (p. 250.) 



Indian Peninsula 
Malay Peninsula 
Southern Europe 
Indo-Chinese countries 
Greater and Lesser 

Islands 

Ceylon China 

Africa Celebes 



Sunda 



Balabac 
Bohol 



Luzon 
Mindanao 



exilis (Vig. d Horsf.). (p. 2(39.) 

[orygiola S. Miill. (p. 240, note.) Cf. 

Sharpe, Notes Leyden Mus., VI, p. 

168.] 
[phragmitoides Kulil. (p. 185, note), 

teste Finsch in litt.] 
[Cf. also Gates, Faun. Brit. Ind., Birds, 

I, pp. 371-373, 1889.] 



Southern China 
Indian Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Malay Peninsula and Archipel- 
ago 
Australia Formosa 



Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cebu 

Fuga 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 



Panay 

Roinblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibay 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Ticao 

Verde 



MEGALURUS Horsf. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 122, 
1883.) 

palustris Horsf. (p. 123.) 

[punctatus De Vis, Ibis, 1897, p. 385. 
=maci"urus, juv. Rotsch. & Hartert. Orn. 
MB. vii, p. 139, 1898.] 



Manipur 

Burmese provinces 
Southeastern New Guinea 
Northern and Central India to 

Bhutun and Buxa Dears 
Assam Java 



Catanduanes Mindanao 

Luzon Mindoro 

Marinduque Samar 

Masbate Ticao 



ruficeps Twccdd. (p. 125.) 



Basilan 

Bohol 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Tablas 

Ticao 



90 



ACANTHOPNETJSTE Bias. 

(PJiyttoscopus pt. Seebohm, Cat. 
Bds., V, p. 37, 1881.) 

boreal is (Bias.}, (p. 40.) 



Alaska 

Borneo (winter) 
Commander Islands 
Malay Peninsula (winter) 
China and Formosa (winter) 
Indo-Chinese provinces (win- 
ter) 

Northern Europe and northern 
Asia (Finmark to eastern 
Siberia, Kamtchatka) 



Balabac 

Cagayancillo 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Cuyo 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Maestro de 

Campo 
Masbate 



Mindanao 

Marinduque 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibuyan 

Tablas 

Ticao 

Verde 



xanthodryas (fiwinli.). (p. 02.) 



Southern China (winter) 
Mongolia Kamtchatka 

Japan Kurile Islands 

Northwestern Borneo (winter) 



Palawan 



lugubris (lili/fli). (p. 48.; 



Eastern Bengal (winter) 
Burmese provinces (winter) 
Western China to Chuan-che 
Eastern Himalayas (Sikhim to 
Assam) 



Basilan 
Mindanao 



Samar 



HORORNIS -Hodgs. 

(Cettia pt. Seebohm, Cat. Bds., V, p. 
133, 1881.) 

[Cf. Gates, Faun. Brit. Inrl., 
Birds, I, p. 434, 1889.] 

seebohmi (Grant), Ibis, 1894, p. 507. 
canturiens (.SV/7i.). (p. 141.) 



Northern Luzon 



Formosa 
Cachar (winter) 
Southern China (winter) 
Southern Ussuri-land to Lake 
Chanka 



Luzon 



91 



minuta (Ricinh.). (p. 141.) 



PHYLLERGATES Sharpe. 

( Sharpe, Cat. Bds., VII, p. 229, 1883 ; 
cf. Zoo!. Hoc.. 1883, Aves, p. 25, 
note.) 

[PJryllobates Gates. Bds. Brit. 
Burin.. I. p. 110 (1883).] 

philippinus Iltti-lrrl. Nov. Zoo].. IV, p. f>17 



Hainan 
Askold Island 
Southern China 



Calayan 



Luzon 



heterolaemus Mc<t> UN, Prop. Biol. Soc. Wash., 
XVI U, p. SO (1005). 

Family ARTAMID/C. 

ARTAMUS n>;7/. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XIII, p. 2, 1890.) 

leucorhynchus (Linn.), /es/e Richmond. 
\lcucogaster (Valenc. ). (p. 3.)] 



Mindanao 



Australia 
Papuan Islands 
Andaman Islands 
Malay Archipelago 


Basilan 


Negros 


Bohol 


Palawan 


Bongao 


Panay 


Calamianes 


Romblon 


Catanduanes 


Saniar 


Cebu 


Semirara 


Cuyo 


Sibay 


Cuimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Siquijor 


Lubang 


Sulu 


Luzon 


Tablas 


Marinduque 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 


Verdo 


Mindoro 





Family LANIID/E. 
Subfamily LANIIN^l. 

ENNEOCTONUS 7?oe. 

(Lanius pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds.. VII. 
p. 232, 1883; (Jrant, Nov. Xool.. 
IX, p. -149, 1902.) 

tigrinus (Drup.). (p. 289.) 



Borneo 

Malay Peninsula 
Sumatra Java 

Korea China 

Sulu 



92 



CEPHALOPHONEUS Fitz. 

(Lanius pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., VIII, 
p. 232, 1883; Grant, Nov. Zoo}., 
IX, p. 449, 1902.) 

validirostris (Grant), Bull. B. 0. C., Ill, 
p. xlix. 1804). 



nasutus (Scop.). 

[oephalomelas Bp. 

\ schalowi G a (low. ] 



(p. 200. ) 



suluensis Mearns, Proc. Bio]. Soc. Wash., 
XVI 1 1. p. 80 (1905). 

OTOMELA, Bp. 

(Lanius pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., VIII, 
p. 232, 1883; Grant, Nov. Zoo!., 
IX, p. 449, 1902.) 

cristata (Linn.), (p. 271.) 



lucionensis (Linn.), (p. 274.) 



Luzon 



Mindoro 



Northern Borneo 



Bohol 

Calamlanes 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Masbate 

Sulu 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Panay 

Samar 

Siquijor 



Borneo 

Eastern Siberia 
Malay Peninsula 
Indian Peninsula 
Indo-Chinese provinces 



Philippine Islands (winter) 

Mongolia 
Northern China 
Malay Archipelago 
Southern India (winter) 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 
Korea Formosa 



Agutaya 


Masbate 


Balabac 


Mindanao 


Basilan 


Mindoro 


Bohol 


Negros 


Cagayancillo 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panaon 


Calayan 


Panay 


Camiguin 


Roniblon 


Catanduanes 


Samar 


Cebu 


Sibay 


Cuyo 


Sibuyan 


Fuga 


Siquijor 


Guimaras 


Sulu 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Lubang 


Tawi Tawi 


Luzon 


Ticao 


Maestro de 


Verde 


Campo 





1 The two shrikes, O. cristata and 0. supcrciliosa, are included in this list on 
the authority of Sharpe's Hand-List. Their distribution within the Philippines is 
not known to me. MCGREGOR. 



superciliosa ' (Lath.}, (p. 273.) 



Japan 

Malay Peninsula 
Greater and Lesser Suuda 
Islands 



Philippine Islands (winter) 
Subfamily PACHYCEPALINJE. 



HYLOTERPE Cab. 

(Pachycephala pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., 
VIII, p. 182, 1883.) 

philippinensis \Vatden. (p. 221.) 



apoensis M earns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 
XV11I, p. 86 (1905). 

homeyeri Blasius, J. f. O., 1800, p. 141. 

whiteheadi Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 198. 

[plateni W. Blasius, Ornis, 1888, p. 311.] 



amabilis (Sharpe). (p. 22.) 



Basilan 
Dinagat 
Leyte 
Luzon 

Mindanao 



Bongao 
Sibutu 

Palawan 



winchelli Bourns & Worcester, Occ. Papers Cebu 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 21 (1894). Masbate 

[major Bourns & Worcester, 1. c. p. 22.] p a nay 

mindorensis Bourns & Worcester, t. c. p. 22. Mindoro 

albiventris Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. xlix Luzon 

(1894). 

fallax McGregor, Bull. Philippine Mus., No. 4, Calayan 
p. 27 (1904). 

Family PARID/E. 
Subfamily PARINJE. 

PARDALIPARUS Schjs-Longcli. 

( Selys-Longchamps, Bull. S. Z. 
France IX, p. 73, 1884; Branch!, 
Ann. Mus. St. Pctersb., VII, p. 
247, 1902.) 

(Parus pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., 

VIII, p. 3, 1883.) 
[ Hellm., Tierr., Paridjp, p. 80. 
1901.1 



Balabac 



Mindanao 

Samar 

Siquijor 



Sulu 
Tawi Tawi 



Sibuyan 

Tablas 

Ticao 



Mindoro 



Palawan 



1 See footnote on page 92. 



elegans (Lean.). ( p. 22. 1 



('cilayau 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Luzon 

Masbate 



Mimloro 

Negros 

Panay 

Sulu 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



mindanensis Mcarns. Pruc. Miol. Hoc. \Yawli.. Mindanao 
XVIII, p. 8 (1905). 



PENTHORNIS Hellmayr. 

(Hellmayr, J. 1 0. 1901, p. 173; 

Tierreich, Paridai, p. 32, 1903.) 
(rams pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., VIII, 
]). 3. 1883.) 

semilarvatus (Kalcafori). (p. 38.) Luzon 

\('f. Wardlaw Ramsay, Ibis, 1884, p. 
334.1 



Negros 



luzoniensis (Gnt.). 

| Micro/nix iiclirkoi'iii Blasius, ,]. f. O., 
1800. ]>. 147. r/\ Sliarpc, Bull. B. O. ('., 
IV, p. ii (185)4); Hellmayr, J. f. O.. 
1901, pp. 171, 172.] 



Family SITTIDXE. 



CALLISITTA Reichenb. 



(DendrophUa Swains.; Sitta pt. Ga- 
dow, Cat. Bds., VIII, p. 341, 1883; 
Hellm., Tierr., Sittidce, p. 191, 
1903.) 

frontalis (Swains.), (p. 358.) 



Mindanao 



Southern India 
Malay Peninsula 
Burmese provinces 
Ceylon Java 

Himalayas (Kumaon to Assam) 



Balabac 



Palawan 



C3enochlamys (^Iturpv). (p. 359.) 



Basilan 
Cebu 
Guimars 
Leyte 



Luzon 
Mindanao 
Negros 
Panay 



mesoleuca (Grant), Bull. B. O. (_'., Ill, Luzon 
p. xlix (1894). 



lilacea ( Whitehead) , Bull. B. 0. C., VI, Basilan 
p. xlix (1897). 



Saniar 



95 

Family CERTHIID/E. 

RHABDORNIS Keichciib. 

(Cllniadcris pt. Gadow, Cat. Bds., 

VIII, p. 333, 1883.) 
(Of. Grant, Ibis, 1897, p. 235.) 

mystacalis (Tennn.). (p. 339.) 



Luzon 
Masbate 



minor Grant, Bull. B. O. C., VI, p. xvii Basilan 
(1896). Dinagat 

Leyte 

inornata (Irani, t. c. p. xviii; id. Ibis, 1897, Samar 
pi. vi, fig. 2. 

Faniilv ZOSTEROPID/C. 



Negros 
Panay 

Mindanao 
Samar 



ZOSTEROPS \"><j. and Horsf. 

(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX. p. 14G, 1884.) 

everetti Tweedd. (p. 163.) 
nigrorum Tweedd. (p. 186.) 



Cebu 

Cresta de Gallo Panay 
Masbate Ticao 

Negros 



siquijorensis Mourns and Worcester, Gee. Negros 
Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 21 

(1894). 



Siquijor 



luzonica Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., No. XXIV, Luzon 
p. xxii (1895). 

aureiloris Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., No. XXVIII, Luzon 
- p. xl (1895). 

basilanica Steere, List. Bds. and Mains. Basilan 
Steere Exp., p. 21 (1890). Bongao 

Dinagat 
Leyte 

richmondi McGregor, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Cagayancillo 
XVI I, p. 165 (1904). 

[flavissima McGregor, Bull. Philippine 
Mus., No. 4, p. 26 ( 1904) nee Hartert. | 



meyeni Sana p. (p. ISO.) 

\Cf. Grant, Ibis, 1895, p. 452.] 



Calayau 
Lubang 



Miudoro 



Mindanao 

Samar 

Sulu 



Luzon 
Verde 



whiteheadi Hartert, Bull. B. 0. C., XIV, Luzon (Lepanto) 
No. C, p. 13 (1903). 

vulcani {Hartert), Bull. B. 0. C., XIV, No. C, Mindanao 
p. 14 (1903). 



96 



goodfellowi Uurlcrt, Hull. 1?. O. C., XIV, Mindanao 
No. C, p. 13 (1903). 



HYPOCEYPTADIUS Hnrtcrl. 

(Hartert, Bull. B. 0. ('. XIV, No. C, 
p. 13, 1903.) 

cinnamomeus Hartert. (I. c.) 



Mindanao 



Family DIC/EID/E. 

DICJEUM Cuv. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 10, 1885.) 

retrocinctum Gould, (p. 35.) 
haematostictum tiharpe. (p. 33.) 

papuense (Gtnel.). 1 (p. 36.) 



Luzon 

Guimaras 
Negros 

Basilan 

Cebu 

Dinagat 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 



luzoniense Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. 1. Luzon 

(1894). 

apo Hartert, Bull. B. O. C., XIV, No. CVII, Mindanao 
p. 79 (1904). 



bonga Hartert, t. c. p. 80. 



Samar 



davao M earns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XVIII, Mindanao 
p. 87 (1905). 

flaviventer Meyer, J. fin- 0., 1894, p. 91, ex Cebu 
Dubois, Syn. Av., p. 679. 



dorsale Sharpe. (p. 40.) 



Masbate 
Negros 



pallidior Kourns and Worcester, Occ. Papers. Cebu 
Minnesota Acad. Sci., I, No. 1, p. 18 (1894). 

sibuyanicum Bourns and Worcester. (1. c.) sibuyan 

intermedium Bourns and Worcester, (t. c. Romblon 
p. 19.) 

assimilis Bourns and Worcester. (1. c.) Sulu 



Mindoro 
Panay 



Marinduque 

Masbate 

Mindanao 

Samar 

Tirao 

Verde 



Panay 



Tablas 



Tawi Tawi 



1 This species is usually called Dicaeum rubriventer Lesson, Gmelin's name 
Pipra papuensis being misleading. McGREGOB. 



1)7 



xanthopygium Tweedd. (p. 40.) 



cinereigulare Twecdd. (p. 40.) 



besti Steerc, List. Bds. and Mams. Steere 
Kxp., p. 22 (1890). 

sibutuense Sharpe, Ibis, 1894, pp. 122, 251; 
ex Dubois Syn. Av., p. 679. 

pygmaeum (Kittlitz). (p. 43.) 



Luzon. Miudoro 

Marinduque 



Leyte Saumr 

Mindanao 



Siquijor 



Sibutu 



nigrilore Hartert, Bull. B. O. C., XV, No. 
CIX, p. 8 (1904). 

hypoleucum Sharpe. (p. 37.) 



mindanense Tweedd. (p. 37.) 



everetti Tweedd. (p. 47.) 



Balabac 


Miudoro 


Calayan 


Negros 


Fuga 


Palawan 


Guimaras 


Romblon 


Leyte 


Samar 


Lubang 


Semirara 


Luzon 


Sibuyan 


Maestro 


de Siquijor 


Campo 


Ticao 


Masbate 




Mindanao 




Basilan 


Siasi 


Bongao 


. Sulu 


Basilan 


Sulu 


Mindanao 


Tawi Tawi 


Dinagat 


Panaou 


Leyte 


Samar 



obscurum Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. 1 

(1894). 

PRIONOCHILUS StricM. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 63 pt., 
1885.) 

johannae Sharpe, Ibis, 1888, p. 201. 

quidricolor Tweedd. P. Z. S., 1877, p. 762. 
olivaceus Tioeedd. (p. 75.) 



bicolor Bourns and Worcester, Occ. Papers 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 20 (1894). 

inexpectatus Hartert, Nov. Zool., II, pp. 64, 
486 (1895). 

35916 7 



Luzon 



Balabac 
Busuanga 

Cebu 

Basilan 
Dinagat 
Leyte 

Mindanao 



Leyte 
Luzon 
Mindoro 



Palawan 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Negros 
Samar 



98 



PIPRISOMA Ulyth. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 63, pt. 
1885.) 

aeruginosum (Bourns and Worcester), Occ. Cebu 

Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 20 Lubang 

* Luzon 

(1894). Mindanao 



Mindoro 
Romblon 
Sibuyan 



Family N ECTARI Nl I D/E. 



CHAICOSTETHA Cab. 

(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX, p. 12, 1884.) 

insignis (Jard.) . (p. 12.) 



^THOPYGA Cab. 

(Gadow, Cat'. Bds., IX, p. 13, 1884.) 

magnifica Sharpe. (p. 24.) 



Tenasserim 
Cochin China 
Sunda Islands 
Malay Peninsula 
Sumatra Siani 

Celebes Borneo 



Balabac 



Cebu 

Negros 

Panay 



Palawan 



Sibuyan 
Tablas 



boltoni AI earns, Bull. Biol. Soc. Wash., XVLIi, Mindanao 
p. 4 (1905). 



shelleyi Sharpe. (p. 20. 



Balabac Palawan 

Calarniaues 



bella Ticeedd. (p. 29.) 



Mindanao 



Saiiiar 



arolasi Bourns and Worcester, Occ. Papers, Sulu 
Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 17 (1894). 



Tawi Tawi 



bonita Bourns and Worcester. (\. c.) 



Cebu 

Masbate 



Panuy 
Ticao 



flavipectus (Irani, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. xlix Luzon 
(1894). 

[minuta Bourns and Worcester, Occ. 
Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, 
p. 18 (1894).] 



Miudoro 



rubrinota McGregor, Govt. Lab. Publ. No. 25, Lubang 
p. 30 (1905). 



99 

EUDREPANIS Sharpe. 

(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX, p. 13 pt. 

1884.) 



pulcherrima (Sharpe). (p. 31.) 


Basilan 


Leyte 




Dinagat 


Samar 


jefferyi Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., Ill, p. 1 (1894). 


Luzon 




CINNYRIS Cuv. 






(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX, p. 31, 1884.) 






sperata (Linn.), (p. 63.) 


Calarnianes 


Negros 




Cebu 


Nipa 




Dinagat 


Palawan 




Guimaras 


Panay 




L/eyte 


Romblon 




Lubang 


Samar 




Luzon 


Sibuyan 




Marinduque 


Siquijor 




Masbate 


Tablas 




Mindanao 


Ticao 




Mindoro 




whiteheadi Grant, Bull. B. O. C., 11, p. 1 


Calayan 


Luzon 


(1894). 


Fuga 




Julias Tiveedd. (p. 64.) 


Basilan 


Sulu 




Malanipa 


Tawi Tawi 




Mindanao 




flagrans (Oust.), (p. 88.) 


Luzon 


Catanduanes 


[cxcellens Grant, Bull. B. 0. C., No. 






XXIII, p. xviii (1895); cf. White- 






head, Ibis, 1899, p. 230.] 






guimarasensis ftteere, List. Bds. and Mams. 


Guimaras 


Panay 


Steere Exp., p. 22 (1890). 


Negros 




jugularis (Linn.), (p. 84.) 


Basilan 


Mindoro 


[dinayatensis Mearns, 1 Proc. Biol. Soc. 
Wash., XVIII, p. 5 (1905). obscurior 


Bohol 
Bongao 
Camiguin 


Negros 
Panay 
Rombloii 


Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. 1 ( 1894) ; 


Catanduanes 


Samar 


cf. Grant, Ibis, 1895, p. 451.] 


Cebu 


Semirara 




Dinagat 


Sibay 




Guimaras 


Sibutu 




Leyte 


Sibuyan 




Lubang 


Siquijor 




Luzon 


Sulu 




Maestro de 


Tablas 




Campo 


Tawi Tawi 




Marinduque 


Ticao 




Masbate 


Verde 




Mindanao 




aurora (Tioeedd.) . (p. 88.) 


Agutaya 


Calamianes 




Balabac 


Cuyo 




Cagayancillo 


Palawan 



1 In view of the great variation of color on the breast of Cinnyris aurora and 
on that of C. jugularis we do not recognize C. dinagatensis as valid. The latter 
name is confessedly applied to a specimen intermediate between the two older 
species. MCGREGOR AND WORCESTER. 



100 



ARACHNOTHERA Temm. 

(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX, p. 100, 1881.) 

flammifera Tweedd. (p. 104.) 

dilution Sharpe. (p. 105.) 

phiiippi nensis (Steere), List. Bds. and 
Mams. Steere Exp., p. 21 (1890). 

ANTHREPTES Swain*. 

(Gadow, Cat. Bds., IX, p. 112, 188-1.) 

malaccensis (Scop.), (p. 122.) 



Basihui 
Leyte 

Palawan 



Leyte 
Mindanao 



Mindanao 
Samar 



Sainar 



Malay Peninsula 
Siam Java 

Sumatra Borneo 

Cochin China Flores 



Balabac Palawan 

Bongao Sibutu 

Calamianes Tawi Tawi 



rhodolaema Shelley, (p. 122, pt.) 



chlorigaster Sharpe. (p. 122, pt.) 



Borneo 


Palawan 




Basilan 


Panay 


Lubang 


Romblon 


Cebu 


Sibuyan 


Masbate 


Tablas 


Mindanao 


Tawi Tawi 


Negros 


Ticao 



wiglesworthi Hartert. Nov. Zool., IX, p. Sulu 
209; Dubois Syn. Av., 1113, chlorigaster, 
pt. 

cagayanensis Means, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., Cagayan Sulu 
XVIII, p. 6 (1905). 



griseigularis (Tweedd.}. (p. 126.) 



Luzon 

Mindanao 

Mindoro 



Sakuijoc 
Samar 



Family MOTACILLI D/C. 

MOTACILLA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 457, pt.., 
1885.) 

ocularis Swinh. (p. 471.) 



Burma (winter) 
Aleutian Islands ? 
Northeastern Siberia 
China Kamchatka 

Lower California (accidental) 



Balabac 
Calayan 
Lubang 



Luzon 
Palawan 



101 



melanope Pall. (p. 497.) 



flava Linn. See Page 110. 

BUDYTES Cuv. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 457 pt., 
1885.) 

leucostriatus Horn. (p. 516, pt.) 



LIMONDROMUS Gould. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 532, 1885.) 
indicus (Om.). (1. c.) 



ANTHUS Beclist. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., X, p. 534, 1885.) 

maculatus Jfodgs. (p. 547.) 



Europe Siberia 

India and Burmese countries 

(winter) 
Malay Peninsula and Indo- 

Malay Islands (winter) 



Balabac 

Basilan 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Calayan 

Catanduanes 

Cebu 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Lubang 

Luzon 

Maestro de 

Campo 
Marinduque 
Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Sibay 

Sibuyan 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 
Verde 



Eastern Siberia 
Alaska Kamchatka 

Eastern China and Moluccas 
(winter) 



Balabac 

Bohol 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calayan 

Catanduanes 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Masbate 

Mindanao 

Negros 

Palawan 

Sulu 

Ticao 



Eastern Siberia 

Northern China 

Indian Peninsula 

Ceylon, Andaman Islands, Bur- 
mese countries, Cochin China, 
Malay Peninsula, and Java 
(winter) 



Balabac 



Calayan 



Eastern Siberia 
Indian Peninsula 
Loo Choo Islands 
China Japan 

Indo-Burmese countries 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Palawan 



102 



rufulus TieiU. (p. 574.) 
[malayensis Eyton.] 



Malay Peninsula 
Burmese countries 
Africa India 

Ceylon Java 

Sumatra Borneo 



Bohol 


Mindoro 


Calamianes 


Negros 


Calayan 


Palawan 


Cebu 


Panaon 


Puga 


Panay 


Guimaras 


Romblon 


Leyte 


Samar 


Lubang 


Semirara 


Luzon 


Sibuyan 


M aestr o de 


Siquijor 


Campo 


Tablaa 


Masbate 


Ticao 


Mindanao 





cervinus (Pall.), (p. 585. 



Kurile Islands 
Borneo (winter) 
Alaska Asia 

England Europe 

Northern Africa (winter) 
Lower California (accidental) 
Formosa and Hainan (winter) 
Persia and northwestern India 

(winter) 

China and Indo-Burmese coun- 
tries (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 



Mindanao 
Palawan 



gustavi Fwinli. (p. 013.] 



Siberia Borneo 

Celebes Kamtchatka 

Timor (winter) 
China (migration) 
Moluccas (winter) 
Commander Islands 



Basilan 


Masbate 


Cagayancillo 


Mindoro 


Calayan 


Negros 


Guimaras 


Palawan 


Leyte 


Romblon 


Lubang 


Sibuyan 


Luzon 


Sulu 


Maestro di 


3 Tawi Tawi 


Campo 





richardi Vieill. (p. 504.) 



India 

Moluccas 

Ceylon (winter) 

Southern China (icinter) 

Burmese countries (winter) 

British Islands (occasional) 

Western and southern Europe 

(winter) 

Central and eastern Asia (sum- 
mer) 

Balabac 



103 

Family ALAUDID/E. 

ALAUDA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., t XIII, p. 566, 
1890.) 



wattersi Xwinh. (p. 575, pt. ) 



Formosa Cochin China 



Bohol 
Luzon 



Sibuyan 
Ticao 



MIRAFRA JJm-xf. 

(Sharpo, Cat, Bds., XT IT, p. 503, 

1890.) 



philippinensis Ramsay, (p. 005.) 



Luzon Mindoro 

Mindanao 



Family FRI NGI LLID/C. 

LOXIA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XI T, p. 435, 

1888.) 

luzoniensis (Irani, Bull. B. O. C., 11 1, p. li Luzon 
(1894). 



PYRRHULA Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XII, p. 445, 
1888,) 

leucogenys Crant, Bull. B. O. C., IV, p. xli Luzon 
(1895). 



FRINGILLA Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XII, p. 170. 

1888.) 



montifringilla Linn. (p. 178.; 



Europe Kamtchatka 

North China Northern Asia 
Japan (winter) 
British Islands (winter) 
Liu Kiu and Bonin Islands 
(winter) 

Calayan 



104 

PASSER Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XII, p. 298, 
1888.) 

montanus (Linn.}, (p. 301.) 



Malay Peninsula 
Siam Java 

China Japan 

Europe Persia 

Burmah Siberia 

North and central Asia 
Afghanistan Himalayas 
North Africa Cqchin China 



Cebu 



Luzon 



SPINUS Koch. 

(Chrysomitris Boic; Sharpe, Cat. 
Bds., p. 192, 1888.) 

spinus (Linn.), (p. 212.) 



EMBERIZA Briss. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XII, p. 476, 
1888.) 

spodocephala Pall. (p. 522.) 



pusilla Pall. (p. 487.) 



Northern Asia 
British Islands 
Japan (winter) 
South China (winter) 
Siberia Europe 

Liu Kiu Islands (winter) 



Calayan 



Eastern Siberia 
Japan (accidental) 
Assam and Manipur (winter) 
China and eastern Himalayas 
(winter) 



Catanduanes 



Siberia 

Northern China 
Northern Europe 
Himalayas (winter) 
Tenasserim (winter) 
Assam and Burma (winter) 



Luzon 



sulfurata Temm. and Schl. (p. 51fl.) 



Japan 

Formosa (winter) 

Northern and central China 



Calayan 



Luzon 



105 



.CHLORURA Reichenb. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XIII, p. 388, 
1890.) 

brunneiventris Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, Luzon 
p. 1 (1894). 

Family PLOCEID/E. 

MUNIA Hodgs. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XIII, p. 326,. 
1890.) 

oryzivora (Linn.), (p. 328.) 



jagori Martens, (p. 337. )* 

'[brunneiceps Walden; cf. Grant, Ibis, 
1896, p. 554.] 



formosana Swinli. (p. 338.) 
cabanisi Sharpe. (p. 353.) 

UROLONCHA Cab. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XIII, p. 355, 
1890.) 

everetti (Tweedd.) . (p. 363.) 



fuscans (Cass.) . (p. 364.) 



Mindoro 



Sumatra 




Java 


Malacca 


Guimaras 


Palawan 


Luzon 


Panay 


Mindanao 


Samar 


Balabac 


Mindanao 


Basilan 


Mindoro 


Bohol 


Negros 


Bongao 


Palawan 


Cagayan Sulu 


Panay 


Calamianes 


Roinblon 


Calayan 


Samar 


Catanduanes 


Semirara 


Cebu 


Sibay 


Fuga 


Sibuyan 


Guimaras 


Siquijor 


Leyte 


Sulu 


Lubang 


Tablas 


Luzon 


Tawi Tawi 


Masbate 


Ticao 



Luzon 
Luzon 



Panay 



Balabac 


Mindanao 


Basilan 


Negros 


Calamianes 


Palawan 


Calayan 


Panay 


Catanduanes 


Romblon 


Cebu 


Samar 


Guimaras 


Sibuyan 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Luzon 


Tawi Tawi 


Borneo 




Cagayan Sulu 



1 The Philippine records of Munia atricapilla were in all probability based upon 
specimens of M. jagori. MCGREGOR. 



106 

ORIOLUS Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., Ill, p. 181, 1877.) 

chinensis Linn. (p. 203.) 



Balabac 


Masbate 


Basilan 


Mindanao 


Bohol 


Mindoro 


Bongao 


Negros 


Cagayancillo 


Palawan 


Calamianes 


Panaon 


Calayan 


Panay 


Catanduanes 


Romblon 


Cebu 


Samar 


Cuyo 


Semirara 


Dinagat 


Sibutu 


Fuga 


Sibuyan 


Guimaras 


Siquijor 


Lapac 


Sulu 


Leyte 


Tablas 


Lubang 


Tawi Taw' 


Luzon 


Ticao 


M aestro de 


Verde 


Campo 


Sibay 


Marinduque 





Isabellas Grant, Bull. B. O. 0., IV, No. XX, Luzon 
p. ii (1894). 

albiloris Grant, Bull. B. O. C., Ill, p. xlix Luzon 

(1894). 



samarensis Stecre, List. Bds. 
Stoore Exp., p. 17 (1890). 



and Mams. Leyte 



steerii 1 ftharpe. (p. 213 pt.) 

[basilanicus Grant, Ibis, 1896, p. 532.] 



Basilan 



S;i in ill- 



Mindanao 



Tawi Tawi 



cinereogenys Bourns and Worcester, Occ. Bongao 
Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. K> 

(1894). 

1 Grant makes the extraordinary statement that a glance at the original 
description and figure of O. steerii is sufficient to show that the Xegros bird is 
the one described (Ibis, Oct., 1896, p. 532) and quotes Cat. Bds. Ill, p. 213, pi. x 
(1887), in support of his contention that Bourns and I were mistaken in sup- 
posing that the type of 0. steerii comes from Basilan. He therefore rejects our 
name of 0. nigrostriatus for the Negros bird on the ground that it is a synonym 
for 0. steerii and assigns to the Basilan bird, which lie agrees with us is quite 
distinct from the Negros bird, the name O. basilanicus. 

Had Grant followed his own suggestion and glanced at the original description 
of O. steerii which occurs in Trans. Linn. Soc., Ser. II. Vol. 1. p. 329, he would 
have discovered that two specimens only were collected by Steere; that one 
specimen (a) was an adult male from Isabela de Basil fin, while the other (b) 
of which the sex was not determined, came from Negros. Also that the type 
described was an adult male. Furthermore, he seems to forget that the type of 
this species, which, by the way, still bears a label in Dr. Sharpe's well-known 
hand, is at present in the bird collection of the University of Michigan. It was 
before Dr. Bourns and myself when our description of O. nigrostriahift was 
written. This type is an adult male from Basilan. Grant's 0. basilanicus 
therefore becomes a svnonvm of 0. steerii. WORCESTER. 



107 



nigrostriatus Bourns and Worcester, Occ. Masbate 
Papers Minnesota Acad., I, No. 1, p. 10 
(1894). 



Negros 



Malacca 
.lava 



assimilis Tireed., P. Z. S., 1877, p. 760. Cebu 

xanthonotus Horsf. (p. 213.) 

Family DICRURID/E. 

DICRURUS Vieill. 

( Sharpo. Cat.' Bls., 1TF, p. 229, 1877.) 

balicassius (Linn.), (p. 230.) 



Sumatra 
Borneo 



Ca lamia nes 7 1 Palawan 



striatus Tiwd. P. Z. S., 1877, p. 545. 



Lubang 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Mindanao 

Basilan 

Leyte 



suluensis llarlcrt, Nov. Zool., IX. p. 441. ex Sulu 
Dubois. Syn. ,\v.. p. 1105. 



mirabilis 1JV/W. and Layard. (p. 231.) Cebu 

Guimaras 
Masbate 

CHIBIA T-Iodgs. 

(Sliarpo, Cat. Bds., Ill, p. 234, 1877.) 

palawanensis (Tircedd.), P. Z. S., 1878, Balabac 



p. 614. 



Calamianes 



cuyensis MHirc.yor, Bull. Philippine Mus., Cuyo 
No. 1, p. 5 (1903). 

Worcester! Mcdrcyor, Govt. Lab. Publ. No. Semirara 
34, p. 26 (1905). 

Borneo 



borneensis t^lnir/x: P. Z. S., 1877, p. 246. 



Mindanao 
Verde 



Nipa 

Panaon 

Samar 



Negros 

Panay 

Ticao 



Palawan 



Bongao Sulu 

Cagayan Sulu Tawi Tawi 
Sibutu 



menage! Bourns and Worcester, Occ. Papers Tablas 
Minnesota Aead., I, No. 1, p. 15 (1894). 

1 An Oriolus, in all probability O. xanthonotus, was seen by me in the Cala- 
mianes Islands in January, 1903, but no specimens wore collected. WORCESTER. 



108 

BUCHANGA Hodgs. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., Ill, p. 245, 1877.) 

palawanensis Whitehead, Ibis, 1893, p. 47. 



Palawan 



Family STURNIDXE. 

SPODIOPSAR Sharpe. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XIII, p. 40, 
1890.) 

\Poliopsar Sharpe nee Cassin; 
Spodiopsar Sharpe, Ibis, 
1889, p. 580. Cf. Cat. Bds., 
XIII, p. 665.] 

sericeus (Gm.). (p. 44.) Calayan 

STURNIA Less. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XIII, p. 68, 
1890.) 

philippensis (Forster) . (p. 70.) [violacea Japan 
(Bodd.); cf. McGregor, Govt. Lab. Publ 
No. 25, p. 30 (1905).] 



Celebes (winter) 
Moluccas (winter) 



Calayan 
Luzon 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



Negros 
Palawan 
Tawi Tawi 



sinensis (Gm.). (p. 08.; 



Formosa 

Malacca (winter) 

Siam 

Pegu (winter) 

South China (winter) 

Cochin China (winter) 

China Hainan 



Calayan 



Luzon 



.ffiTHIOPSAR Sharpe. 

(AcridotheresVieill. pt. ; Sharpe, Cat. 
Bds., XIII, p. 79 pt., 1890.) 
[t. c. p. 23 (footnote).] 

cristatellus (Om.). (p. 92.) 



Central and southern China 



Luzon (introduced) 



GOODFELLOWIA Hartert. 

(Hartert, Bull. B. 0. C., XIV, No. C, 
p. 11, 1903.) 

miranda Hartert. (]. c.) 



Mindanao 



100 



SARCOPS Walden. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Eds., XIII, p. 96, 
1890.) 

calvus (Linn.), (p. 97.) 



Basilan 
Bongao 
Catanduanes 
Cebu 
Dinagat 
Guimaras 
Leyte 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Maestro 
Campo 
Marinduque 
Masbate 
Mindanao 
Mindoro 



de 



Negros 

Pan ay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibay 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



EULABES Guv. 

(Mainatns Less; Sharpe, Cat. Bds., 
XIII, p. 98, 1890.) 

palawanensis (Sharpe). (p. 104.) 



Palawan 



LAMPROCOCORAX Bp. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., XIII, p. 137, 
1890.) 

[Calornis Gray nee Billberg; 
Cf. Oberholser, Proc. Philad. 
Acad. Sci., 1899, p. 215.] 

panayensis (Scop.), (p. 147.) 



Agutaya 

Balabac 

Basilan 

Bohol 

Bongao 

Cagayancillo 

Cagayan Sulu 

Calamianes 

Camiguin 

Catanduaues 

Cebu 

Cuyo 

Fuga 

Guimaras 

Leyte 

Luzon 

Marinduque 

Masbate 



Mindanao 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Nipa 

Palawan 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Siasi 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 



todayensis M earns, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 
XVIIT, p. 88 (1905). 



Mindanao 



L10 

Family CORVID/E. 

CORONE Kan p. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., Ill, p. 30, 1877.) 

philippina (Bonap.). (p. 42.) 



CORVUS Linn. 

(Sharpe, Cat. Bds., Ill, p. 13, 1877.) 

pusillus Tioeedd., P. Z. S., 1878, p. 622. 



Basilan 
Bohol 

Cagayancillo 
Calayan 
Camiguin 
Catanduanes 
Cebu 
Cuyo 
Dinagat 
Fuga 
Guimaras 
Lubang 
Luzon 
Maestro 
Campo 
Marinduque 
Masbate 
Mindanao 



Balabac 
Calamianes 



de 



Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Panaon 

Panay 

Romblon 

Samar 

Semirara 

Sibay 

Sibutu 

Sibuyan 

Siquijor 

Sulu 

Tablas 

Tawi Tawi 

Ticao 

Verde 



Mindoro 
Palawan 



samarensis Steere, List. Bds. and Mams. 
Steere Exp., p. 23 (1890). 



Samar 



ADDENDA. 



Add on page 101 : 
flava Lin a. (p. 510.) 



Africa 

Siberia to China 
Molucca Islands 
Alaska Europe 



Balabac 

Bohol 

Calayan 

Catanduanes 

Lubang 

Luzon 



Masbate 

Mindoro 

Negros 

Palawan 

Sulu 

Ticao 



NOTE. The addition of Motacilla flava, inadvertently omitted from 
its proper place on page 101, raises the total number of species recorded 
.to 692. 



INDEX TO GENERA AND SPECIES. 



abba (Calidris), 27. 

Abrornis, 76. 

Acantbopneuste, 90. 

Accipiter, 41. 

Acridotheres, 108. 

Acrocephalus, 87. 

Actitis, 26. 

acuminata (Heteropygia), 28. 

acuta (Dafila), 38. 

.Egialitis, 23. 

/Egithina, 78. 

amea (Muscadivora) , 11. 

aeruginosum ( Piprisoma ) , 98. 

ji'ruginosus (Circus) , 41. 

.Ethiopsar, 108. 

.Ethopyga, 98. 

affinis (Batracliostomus), 51. 

affinis (Penelopides) , 50. 

affinis (Terpsiphone) , 75. 

Alauda, 103. 

albigularis (Rhinomyias) , 75. 

albiloris (Oriolus), 106. 

albiventris (Hyloterpe), 93. 

albiventris (Rhipidura), 74. 

Alcedo, 52. 

Alcyone, 52. 

alexandrina (.Egialitis), 24. 

Alophonerpes, GO. 

Alseonax, 71. 

alterum (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

amabilis (Pardaliparus) , 93. 

Ainaurornis, 17. 

americanus (Merops),56. 

amethystina (Phapitreron), 10. 

amurensis (Butorides), 34. 

anaestheta (Sterna), 20. 

Anas, 37. 

Ancylochilus, 28. 

Anhinga, 39. 

Anous, 21. 

Antliracoceros, 55. 

Anthreptes, 100. 

Anthus, 101. 

Antigone, 31. 



Anuropsis, 81. 

apicalis (Loriculus) , 50. 

apo ( Dicseum ) , 96. 

apoensis (Hyloterpe) , 93. 

aquila ( Fregata ) , 40. 

Araclmothera, 100. 

arcuata ( Dendrocygna ) , 37. 

Ardea, 32. 

ardens ( Pyrotrogon ) , 60. 

Ardetta, 35. 

Arenaria, 22. 

argentata (Alcyone), 52. 

ariel (Fregata) , 40. 

arolasi ( ^Ethopyga ) , 98. 

arquata ( Numenius ) . 

Artamides, 76. 

Artamus, 91. 

assimilis (Dicaeum), 96. 

assimilis (Oriolus), 107. 

Astur, 41. 

atra (Fulica), 19. 

atricapilla (Munia), 105. 

atricapilla (Pitta), 68. 

aureiloris ( Zosterops ) , 95. 

aurora (Cinnyris), 99. 

avensis (Geocichla) , 84. 

axillaris ( Osinotreron ) , 9. 

bacba (Spilornis) , 42. 

balicassius (Dicrurus), 107 

bangueyensis (Spilotreron) , 11. 

banyuinas (Cyornis), 71. 

basilanicii (Ceyx),53. 

basilanica (Muscicapula) , 72. 

basilanica (Penelopides) , 50. 

basilanica (Ptilocichla) , 81. 

basilanica (Zosterops), 95. 

basilanicus (Oriolus), 106. 

basilanicus (Poliolophus) , 79. 

basilanicus (Yungipicus) , 05. 

rJatrachostomus, 50. 

Baza, 44. 

bella (^thopyga), 98. 

bella (Cyanoptila), 73. 

bengalensis (Alcedo), 52. 

Ill 



112 



INDEX. 



besti (Dicaeum), 97. 

bicolor (Chi-marrhornis), 85. 

bicolor (Merops),5G. 

bicolor (Myristicivora) , 12. 

bicolor (Prionochilus), 97. 

Bolbopsittacus, 49. 

boltoni (^Ethopyga), 98. 

Bonapartea, 80. 

bonapertei (Loriculus) , 50. 

bonga (Dicaeum), 90. 

bonita ( .Ethopyga ) , 98. 

borealis ( Acanthopneuste ) , 90. 

boreotis ( Sterna ) , 20. 

borneensis (Chibia), 107. 

Botaurus, 36. 

bournsi (Ceyx), 03. 

bournsi ( Loriculus ), 50. 

Bracbypteryx, 83. 

brevipes (Heteractitis), 20. 

brevirostris (Phapitreron) , 10. 

brunneiceps ( Bracliypteryx ) , 83. 

brunneiceps (Munia), 105. 

brunneiceps (Phapitreron), 10. 

brunneiventris (Chlorura), 105. 

Bubo, 40. 

Bubulcus, 35. 

Buchanga, 108. 

Budytes, 101. 

burbidgei (Tanygnathus) , 49. 

Butastur, 43. 

Butorides, 34. 

cabanisi (Munia), 105. 

Cacatua, 48. 

Cacomantis, 02. 

caerulescens (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

cagayanensis ( Anthreptes ) , 100. 

cagayanensis (Mixornis), 82. 

calayensis (Otus), 40. 

Calidris, 27. 

Callaeops, 74. 

Callenc, 83. 

Calliope, 85. 

calliope (Calliope), 85. 

Callisitta, 94. 

Caloenas, 15. 

Calornis, 109. 

calvus (Sarcops), 109. 

Candida (Strix),48. 

canorus (Cuculus) , 01. 

canturiens (Horornis), !)(). 

capensis (Rostratula) , 29. 

capitalis (Zosterornis) . 82. 

caprata (Pratincola) , 80. 

Caprimulgus, 57. 



oarbo ( Phalacrocgrax ) . '!'>. 

carola (Ptilocolpa ) , 12. 

Carpophaga, 11. 

cast uificeps (Orthotomus) , 88. 

caudatus (Pseudotharrlialeus), 80. 

cebuensis ( Artamides) , 77. 

cebuensis (Cittocincla), 80. 

cebuensis (Collocalia) , 59. 

cebuensis (Cryptolopha) , 75. 

celebensis ( Chaetura ) , 59. 

Centropus, 03. 

cepbalomelas (Cephalophoneus), 92. 

Cephalophoneua, 92. 

Cerchneis, 45. 

cervinus (Anthus). 102. 

Cettia, 90. 

ceylonensis (Culicicapa) , 75. 

Ceyx, 53. 

Chaetura, 59. 

Chacococcyx, 02. 

Chalcophaps, 14. 

Chal,costetha, 98. 

Charadrius, 22. 

Chelidon, 09. 

Cbelidonaria, 09. 

Chibia, 107. 

chinensis (Oriolus), 100. 

Chimarrhornis, 85. 

chirurgus (Hydrophasis) , 30. 

chlorigaster (Anthreptes), 100. 

chloris (Halcyon) , 55. 

chloronotus (Orthotomus), 88. 

Chloropsis, 78. 

chloropus (Gallinula), 18. 

Chlorura, 105. 

Chrysocolaptes, 05. 

chrysolaus (Turdus), 84. 

Chrysomitris) , 104. 

chrysonotus (Loriculus), 50. 

cineraceus (Orthotomus) , 88. 

cinerea (Ardea),32. 

cinerea (Gallicrex) , 18. 

cinerea (Geocichla), 84. 

cinerea (Terekia ) . 20. 

cinereiceps (Anuropsis), 81. 

cinereiceps (Hemichelidon) , 71. 

cinereiceps (Iole),79. 

cinereiceps (Orthotomus), 88. 

cinereiceps (Phapitreron), 10. 

cinereifrons ( Pycnonotus ) , 80. 

cinereigulare (Dicseum), 97. 

cinereogenys (Oriojus), 100. 

cinereus (Pericrocotus) . 77. 

cinereus (Poliolimnas) , 17. 



INDEX. 



113 



cinnamoincu (Ardetta), 35. 

eiimamoineus (Hypocryptadius), 96. 

cinnumomeus (Zeocephus), 84. 

Cinnyris, 99. 

circia (Querquedula) , 38. 

Circus, 40. 

Cisticola, 89. 

cisticola (Cisticola), 89. 

Cittocincla, 86. 

Climacteris, 95. 

Clivicola, 69. 

clypeata (Spatula), 38. 

Coccystes, 60. 

ccelestis (Cyanomyias), 73. 

Collocalia, 58. 

Columba, 13. 

comata (Macropteryx), 58. 

communis (Falco),44. 

Copsychus, 86. 

coromandelianus (Nettopus), 36. 

coromandus (Bubulcus), 35. 

coromandus (Coccystes) , 60. 

coromandus ( Halcyon ) , 54. 

Cor one, 110. 

Corvus, 110. 

Cotile, 69. 

Cranorrhinus, 56. 

crassirostris (Tringa), 28. 

crecca (Nettion), 38. 

Criniger, 80. 

crinigera ( Phlogoenas ) , 15. 

cristata (Otomela), 92. 

cristatellus ( ^ihiopsar ) , 108. 

Cryptolopha, 75, 76. 

cuculoides (Astur), 41. 

Cuculus, 61. 

Culicicapa, 75. 

cumingi ( Lepidogrammus ) , 64. 

cuniingi (Megapodius) , 7. 

cuyensis (Chibia), 107. 

cuyensis (Otus), 46. 

cyaneiceps (Prioniturus), 49. 

cyanescens (Zeocephus), 74. 

cyaniceps (Rhipidura), 74. 

cyanogaster (Irena), 79. 

cyanomelaena (Muscicapa) , 73. 

cyanomelas (Muscicapa), 73. 

Cyanomyias, 73. 

cyanopectus (Alcyone), 52. 

Cyanoptila, 73. 

cyanopus (Numenius), 24. 

Cyornis, 71. 

Dafila, 38. 

damacensis (Limonites) , 28. 

35916 8 



Dasycrotapha, 81. 

Dasylophus, 64. 

dasypus (Chelidonaria), 69. 

davao (Dicseum), 96. 

Demiegretta, 33. 

Dendrobiastes, 72. 

Dendrocygna, 36. 

Dendrophila, 94. 

dennistouni (Zosterornis), 82. 

derbianus ( Orthotomus ) , 88. 

Dicseum, 96. 

Dicrurus, 107. 

dificilis (Artamides), 76. 

dilutior (Arachnothera), 100. 

dinagatensis (Cinnyris), 99. 

discurus (Prioniturus), 49. 

Dissoura, 31. 

dominicus (Charadrius) , 22. 

dorsale (Dictum), 96. 

Dryococcyx, 64. 

dubia (^gialitis), 23. 

dubia (Chsetura) , 59. 

Dupetor, 36. 

dussumieri (Streptopelia) , 13. 

dybowskii (Locustella), 87. 

Edoliisoma, 77. 

Egretta, 33. 

elbje (Irena) , 79. 

Elanus, 44. 

elegans (Pardaliparus), 94. 

elusum (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

Emberiza, 104. 

enganensis (Cyornis), 71. 

Enneoctonus, 91. 

episcopus (Dissoura), 31. 

Erithacus, 85. 

ernesti (Falco),44. 

erythaca (Cyornis) , 72. 

erythroceplialus (Chrysocolaptes), 65. 

erytlirogaster (Pitta), 68. 

crythrogenys (Microhicrax) , 44. 

Eudrepanis, 99. 

Eudynamis, 62. 

euerythra (Ceyx),53. 

Eulabes, 109. 

Eumyias, 76. 

eurhinus (Totanus) , 25. 

Eurystomus, 51. 

eurythmus (Nannocnus), 35. 

euryzonoides (Rallina), 16. 

everetti (Dicseum), 97. 

everetti (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

everetti (lole), 79. 

everetti (Ninox),47. 



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everetti ( Osmotreron ) , 9. 
everetti ( Otus ) , 46. 
everetti ( Tanygnathus ) , 4!). 
everetti (Tiga),65. 
everetti ( Uroloncha ) , 105. 
everetti (Zosterops) , 95. 
Excalfactoria, 7. 
excellens (Cinnyris), 99. 
exilis ( Cisticola ) , 89. 
f alcata ( Ptilocichla ) , 8 1 . 
falcinellus (Plegadis), 31. 
Falco, 44. 

fallax (Hyloterpe), 93. 
fasciata (Rallina), 16. 
fasciata (Turnix), 8. 
fasciolata (Locustella) , 97. 
ferruginea (Hemichelidon), 71. 
flagrans (Cinnyris), 99. 
flammifera ( Arachnothera ) , 100. 
flava (Motaeilla), 101. 110. 
ftaveola (Gerygone) , 72. 
flavicollis ( Dupetor ) , 36. 
flavigularis (Cryptolopha) , 75. 
flavipectus ( JSthopyga ) , 98. 
flavipennis (Chloropsis) , 78. 
flavissima (Zosterops) , 95. 
flaviventer (Dicaeum) , 96. 
florensis (Ninox),47. 
flumenicola (Alcyone), 53. 
fluviatilis (Sterna), 20. 
fluviventer ( Dicaeum ) , 96* 
formosae ( Sphenocercus ) , 9. 
formosana (Munia), 105. 
f rancica ( Salangana ) , 58. 
f rater (Criniger), 80. 
f rater (Eudynamis), 63. 
Fregata, 40. 
Fringilla, 103. 
frontalis (Callisitta) , 94. 
frontalis (Orthotomus) , 88. 
frontalis (Phapitreron), 10. 
f uciphaga ( Salangana ) , 58. 
f ugax ( Hierococcyx ) , 61. 
fugensis ( Hypsipetes ) , 79. 
Fulica, 19. 

fuliginosa (Sterna), 21. 
fuliginosus (Microstictus) , 66. 
fuliginosus (Otus), 46. 
Fuligula, 39. 
fuligula (Fuligula), 39. 
fulvifasciatus ( Yungipicus), 65. 
f ulvus ( Charadrius ) , 22. 
funebris (Microstictus) , 66. 
fuscans (Uroloncha), 105. 



fuscus (Limnobaenus), 17. 

galgulus ( Loriculus ) , 50. 

Gallicrex, 18. 

gallinaoeue ( Hydralector ) , 30. 

Gal linage, 29. 

gallinago (Gallinago), 29. 

Gallinula, 18. 

Gallus, 8. 

gallus (Gallus), 8. 

Garzetta, 33. 

garzetta ( Egret ta), 33. 

Geocichla, 84. 

geoffroyi (Ochthodromus) , 23. 

Geopelia, 14. 

Gerygone, 72. 

gigantea ( Chaetura ) , 59. 

gigantea (Pelargopsis) , 52. 

Glareola, 30. 

glareola (Rhyacophilus) , 27. 

Glottis, 26. 

goiavier (Pycnonotus) , 80. 

goisagi (Gorsachius) , 34. 

Goodfellowia, 108. 

goodfellowi (Zosterops), 96. 

Gorsachius, 34. 

gouldi (Pelargopsis), 52. 

griseatus (Caprimulgus) , 57. 

griseigularis (Anthreptes) , 100. 

griseigularis (Columba), 13. 

griseipectus ( Pseudotharrhaleus ) , 81. 

griseipectus (Ptilocolpa) , 12. 

griseisticta (Hemichelidon), 71. 

guillemardi (Artamides), 76. 

guimarasensis (Cinnyris), 99. 

guimarasensis (lole), 79. 

gularis ( Accipiter ) . 41. 

gularis (Halcyon), 54. 

gurneyi ( Pseudoptynx ) , 46. 

gustavi (Anthus), 102. 

guttata (Dendrocygna), 37. 

guttulata (Dendrocygna), 37. 

gutturalis (Hirimdo), 70. 

Gymnocrotaphus, 80. 

Gymnolrcmus, 56. 

haematocephalum (XanthohiMiia) , 64. 

haematostictum (Dicaeum), 96. 

haematribon (Chrysocolaptes), 65. 

heematuropygia (Cacatna). 48. 

Halcyon, 54. 

l.liiliiitiis. 43. 

haliaetus (Pandion), 45. 

Haliastur, 43. 

hancei (Oreocichla ) . 84. 

hargitti (Thriponax), 66, 67. 



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Ilarpactfs, GO. 

liarringtoni ( Dryococcyx ) , 04. 

haynaldi (lole), 70. 

helen* (Cyanornyias) , 73. 

helianthea (Culicicapa) , 75. 

Helodromas, 25. 

helvetica (Squatarola) , 22. 

Hemichelidon, 70. 

Hemilophus, (Hi. 

herioti (Cyornis), 71. 

Herodias, 33. 

Hcteractitis, 26. 

heterolaemus (PliylltTgati's) , 91. 

Heteropygia, 28. 

Hierococcyx, 61. 

Himantopvis, 24. 

Hirundo, 69. 

holospilus (Spilornis), 42. 

hombroni (Halcyon), 55. 

homeyeri (Hyloterpe), 93. 

honorata (Eudynamis), 62. 

Horornis, 90. 

luimilis (Onopopelia) , 14. 

hybrida (Hydrochelidon) , 20. 

Hydralector, 30. 

Hydrochelidon, 20. 

Hydrocorax, 55. 

hydrocorax (Hydrocorax), 55. 

Hydrophasis, 30. 

Hyloterpe, 93. 

Hypocryptadius, 96. 

hypoleucum (Dicaeum), 97. 

hypoleucus ( Actitis) , 26. 

hypoleucus ( Elanus ) , 44. 

Hypotamidia, 15. 

Hypothymis, 73. 

Hypsipetes, 79. 

ichthyaetus (Polioietus) , 45. 

igneus (Pericrocotus) , 77. 

Illadopsis, 81. 

indica (Chalcophaps) , 14. 

indicus (Butastur), 43. 

indicus (Limonidromus) , 101. 

inexpectata ( Salangaiia ) , 59. 

inexpectatus (Prionochilus), 97. 

inornata (Rhabdornis) , 95. 

insignis (Chalcostetha) , 98. 

insignis (Rhinoniyias) . 75. 

intermedia (Mesophoyx), 32. 

intermedia ( Porzana ) , 15. 

intermedium (Dicaeum), !(!. 

intermedius ( Holbopsittacus) , 49. 

intermedius ( Cuculus ) , 61. 

intermedius (Haliastur), 43. 



interpres (Arenaria). 22. 
interpres ( Geocichla ) , 84. 
lole, 79. 
Irena, 79. 

isabella3 (Oriolus), 106. 
jagori (Munia), 105. 
japonica (Ninox), 47. 
javanica ( Butorides ) , 34. 
javanica (Hirundo), 70. 
javanicus (Centropus), 63. 
javensis ( Batrachostomus ) , 51. 
javensis (Thriponax), 66, 67. 
jefl'eryi (Eudrepanis) , 99. 
jefl'eryi (Pitliecophaga) , 42. 
Johanna; (Prionochilus), 97. 
johnstoniae (Trichoglossus) , 48. 
jotaka ( Caprimulgus ) , 57. 
jugularis (Cinnyris), 99. 
juliae (Cinnyris), 99. 
keayi ( Phlogcenas ) , 15. 
kelleri (Merula), 83. 
kettlevvelli (Macronus), 82. 
kieneri ( Lophotriorchis ) , 42. 
kochi (Artamides), 76. 
kochi (Pitta), 68. 
Lalage, 78. 
Lamprococorax, 109. 
Lamprotreron, 11. 
lanceolata (Locustella), 87. 
langhornei (Muscadivora) , 11. 
Lanius, 91, 92. 
Larus, 21. 

latirostris (Aleseonax), 71. 
leclancheri ( Leucotreron ) , 10. 
lemprieri (Cyornis), 72. 
lemprieri (Gymnoloamus), 56. 
Leonardia, 83. 
Leonardina, 83. 
Lepidogrammus, 64. 
leucocephala (Pelargopsis) , 51. 
leucocephalus (Cranorrhinus), 56. 
leucocephalus (Himantopus), 24. 
leucocephalus (Pandion), 45. 
leucogaster (Artamus) , 91. 
leucogaster (Haliaetus), 43. 
leucogenys (Pyrrhula), 103. 
leucomelas (Puffinus), 19. 
leucopais (Baza), 44. 
leucopteni ( Hydrochelidon) , 20. 
leiirnrliynchus (Artamus), 91. 
Iciicosiriatus (Budytes), 101. 
leucotis (Phapitreron) , 10. 
Leucotreron, 10. 
leytensis (Pericrocotus), 77. 



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loyti'iisis ( Yungipicus ) , 03. 

lilacea (Callisitta) , 94. 

Limicola, 29. 

limnaetus (Spizetus), 42. 

Limnobamus, 17. 

Limonidromus, 101. 

Limonites, 27. 

Lirnosa, 25. 

limosa (Limosa) , 25. 

linchi (Salangana), 59. 

liudsayi ( Halcyon ), 55. 

lineata (Excalfactoria) , 7. 

Locustella, 87. 

longicornis (Otvis), 40. 

Lophotriorchis, 42. 

Loriculus, 50. 

lowi (Salangana), 58. 

Loxia, 103. 

lucidus (Chrysocolaptes) , 65. 

lucionensis (Otomela), 92. 

lucionensis ( Tanygnathus ) , 49. 

luconensis ( Prioniturus ) , 49. 

lugubris (Acanthopneuste) , 90. 

lugubris (Ninox), 47. 

lugubris (Surniculus) , 60. 

lunulatus (Bolbopsittacus) , 49. 

Lusciniola, 88. 

luzonica (Anas), 37. 

luzonica ( Phlogoenas ) , 15. 

luzonica (Zosterops), 95. 

luzoniense (Dicaeum), 96. 

luzoniensis (Cittocincla), 86. 

luzoniensis (Loxia), 103. 

luzoniensis (Muscicapula) , 72. 

luzoniensis ( Penthornis ) , 94. 

Lyncornis, 57. 

Macronus, 82. 

macroptera (Ninox), 47. 

Macropteryx, 58. 

Macropygia, 13. 

macrotis (Lyncornis), 57. 

macrurus (Caprimulgus) , 57. 

macrurus (Megalurus), 89. 

maculatus (Anthus), 101. 

maculatus ( Yungipicus ) , 65. 

maculipectus ( Phapitreron ) , 10. 

magnifica (^Ethopyga), 98. 

magnirostris ( Baza ) , 44. 

magnirostris (Orthorhamphus) , 30. 

Mainatus, 109. 

major (Hyloterpe), 93. 

major ( Macropterix ) , 58. 

malaccensis ( Anthreptes) , 100. 

Malacocincla, 81. 



Mahu-opterum, 81. 

malanmui (Ceyx), 53. 

malayanus ( Chalcococcyx ) , 02. 

malayensis (Anthus), 102. 

manilla (Petrophila), 85. 

manillae (Penelopides) , 50. 

uianillensis (Accipiter), 41. 

manillensis (Caprimulgus), 57. 

manillensis ( Nycticorax ) , 34. 

manillensis (Pyrrherodias) , 32. 

marchesae (Pericrocotus) . 77. 

marchei (Gymnola^mus) , 50. 

marchei ( Leucotreron ) . 10. 

Mareca, 37. 

marginata (Salangana), 59. 

meyeni (Zosterops), 95. 

megala (Gallinago) , 29. 

megalotis ( Otus ) , 46. 

Megalurus, 89. 

Megapodius, 7. 

melanauchen (Sterna), 21. 

melanocephalus (Microtarsus), 80. 

melanochlamys (Irena), 7!). 

melanogaster (Anhinga). 39. 

melanogynys (Falco), 45. 

melanoleuca (Lalage), 78. 

melanoleucus (Circus), 41. 

melanolophus (Gorsachius) , 34. 

melanope (Motacilla), 101. 

melanops ( Centropus ) , 04. 

melanura (Ceyx), 53. 

menagei (Batrachostomus) , 51. 

menagei (Chibia), 107. 

menagei (Phlogcenas) , 15. 

menagei ( Yungipicus ) , 65. 

meninting (Alcedo), 52. 

meridionalis ( Microhierax ) , 44. 

Merops, 56. 

Merula, 83. 

merulinus (Cacomantis) , 62. 

mesoleuca (Callisitta), 94. 

Mesophoyx, 32. 

Mesoscolopax, 25. 

Microhierax, 44. 

micropterus (Cuculus), 61. 

Micropus, 80. 

microrhynchus (Batrachostomus), 50. 

Microtarsus, 80. 

Microstictus, 66. 

mindanense (Dicamm), 97. 

mindanense (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

mindanensis ( Arta.mides) , 76. 

mindanensis (Bolbopsittacus), 49. 

mindanensis (Brachypteryx) , 83. 



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mimlanensis (Caprimulgus) , 57. 
mindanensis (Ceyx), 53. 
mindanensis (Copsychus), 86. 
mindanensis ( Cryptolopha ) , 76. 
mindanensis (Eudynammis), 63. 
mindanensis ( Hydrocorax ) , 55. 
mindanensis ( Lyncornis) , 57. 
mindnnensis ( Macronus ) , 82. 
mindanensis (Muscicapula .), 72. 
mindanensis (Pardaliparus), 94. 
mindanensis (Ptilociehla), 81. 
mindorensis (Artamides) , 77. 
mindorensis (Centropus), 63. 
mindorensis ( Hyloterpe ) , 93. 
mindorensis (Iole),79. 
mindorensis (Loriculus), 50. 
mindorensis (Merula), 83. 
mindorensis (Ninox), 47. 
mindorensis (Otus), 46. 
mindorensis ( Penelopides ) , 56. 
mindorensis (Prioniturus), 49. 
mindorensis (Thriponax) , 66, 67. 
mindorensis (Zonophaps), 12. 
minor (Lalage), 78. 
minor (Rhabdornis), 95. 
minuta (^thopyga), 98. 
minuta (Horornis), 91. 
minuta (Limonites) , 27. 
minutus ( Mesoscolopax ) , 25. 
minuta (Ptilociehla), 81. 
mirabilis (Dicrnrus), 107. 
Mirafra, 103. 

miranda (Goodfellowia), 108. 
Mixornis, 82. 
modesta (Dafila), 38. 
mongolus ( Ochthodromus ) , 23. 
montani ( Anthracoceros ) , 55. 
montanus (Macronus) , 82. 
montanus (Passer), 104. 
montanus (Prioniturus) , 48. 
monticola, 85. 
monticola (lole), 79. 
montifringilla (Fringilla), 103. 
montigena (Muscicapula), 72. 
mentis (Cryptolopha), 76. 
moseleyi (Halcyon), 55. 
Motacilla, 100. 
miilleri (Pitta), 68. 
Mulleripicus, 66. 
Munia, 105. 
Muscadivora, 11. 
Muscicapa, 73. 
Muscicapula, 72. 
Myristicivora, 12. 



| mystacalis (Rhabdornis), 95. 
napoleonis (Polyplectron), 8. 
narcissina ( Xanthopygia ) , 73. 
Nannocnus, 35. 

nasutus (Cephalophoneus) , 92. 
nebularius (Glottis), 26. 
nehrkornae (Polyplectron), 8. 
nehrkorni (Micropus), 94. 
Nettion, 38. 
Nettopus, 36. 
nicobarica (Caloenas), 15. 
niger (Lalage), 78. 
nigra (Cittocincla), 86. 
nigriceps (Orthotomus), 88. 
nigrilore (Dictum), 97. 
nigriloris (Eumyias), 76. 
nigrimentalis (Eumyias), 76. 
nigrirostris (Alcyone), 53. 
nigritorquis (Rhipidura), 74. 
nigrocapitata ( Zosterornis ) , 82. 
nigrocinnamomea (Rhipidura), 74. 
nigrorum ( Abrornis) , 76. 
nigrorum (Cittocincla), 86. 
nigrorum (Merula), 83. 
nigrorum (Muscicapula), 72. 
nigrorum (Phapitreron), 10. 
nigrorum (Ptilocolpa), 12. 
nigrorum (Zosterops), 95. 
nigrostriatus (Oriolus), 106, 107. 
Ninox, 47. 

nipalensis (Treron),9. 
novae-zealandiae (Limosa),25. 
novus ( Pericrocotus ) , 77. 
nuchalis (Muscadivora), 11. 
Numenius, 24. 
Nycticorax, 33. 
nycticorax (Nycticorax), 33. 
obscurior ( Cinnyris ) , 99. 
obscurum (Dicamm), 97. 
obscurus ( Turdus ) , 84. 
occipitalis ( Hypothymis ) , 73. 
occipitalis ( Leucotreron ) , 10. 
occipitalis (Phapitreron), 10. 
Oceanodroma, 19. 
ocellata (Turnix),8. 
ochotensis (Locustella), 87. 
ochropus (Helodromas), 25. 
Octhodromus, 23. 
ocularis (Motacilla), 100. 
ocularis (Rhinomyias), 75. 
oenanthe (Saxicola), 86. 
oenanthoides (Saxicola), 86. 
oenochlamys (C'allisitta ), 94. 
olivacea (Abrornis), 76. 



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olivacea ( Amaurornis) , 17. 
olivaceus (Prionochilus) , 97. 
Onopopelia, 14. 
Oreocichla, 84. 

orientalis (Acrocephalus) , 87. 
orientalis ( Eurystomus ) , 51. 
orientalis (Glareola) , 30. 
Oriolus, 106. 
Ortliorhamplius, 30. 
Orthotomus, 88. 
oryziola (Cisticola), 89. 
oryzivora (Mimia), 105. 
Osmotreron, 9. 
Otomela, 92. 
Otus, 46. 

onstaleti (Strix),48. 
Pachycephala, 93. 
Pachycephalixus, 80. 
palawanen.se (Malacopterum) , 81. 
palawanensis (Buclianga), 108. 

palaw'anensis (Chibia), 107. 

palawanensis (Chloropsis) , 78. 

palawanensis (Criniger) , 80. 

palawanensis (Eulabes), 109. 

pallidior (Dicaeum), 96. 

pallidior (Tachornis), 59. 

pallidus (Turdus), 84. 

palustris ( Megalurus ) , 89. 

panayense (Edoliisoma) , 77. 

panayensis (Artamides) , 77. 

panayensis (Culicicapa) , 75. 

panayensis (Eumyias), 76. 

panayensis ( Lamprococorax ) , 1 09. 

panayensis (Orthotomus), 88. 

panayensis (Spilornis) , 42. 

Pandion, 45. 

panini (Penelopides) , 56. 

papuense ( Dicajum ) , 96. 

papuensis (Pipra), 96. 

Pardaliparus, 93. 

Parus, 93, 94. 

Passer, 104. 

paykulli (Limnobipnus), 17. 

pectoralis (Tbriponax) , 66, 67. 

Pelargopsis, 51. 

Pelecanus, 40. 

penelope (Mareoa),37. 

Penelopides, 56. 

Penthoceryx, 61. 

Penthornis, 94. 

peregrinns (Falco), 44. 

Pericrocotus, 77. 

perioplithalinica (Callaeops), 74. 

Pornis. 44. 



peroni ( Aegialitis) , 23. 

Petrophila, 85. 

pha? ( Macropygia ) , 1 3. 

I'lmlacrocorax, 39. 

I'hapitreroii, 10. 

philippensis (lolc), 79. 

philippensis ( Loricuhis). 50. 

philippensis (Ninox), 47. 

philippensis (Pelecanus), 40. 

philippensis (Sturnia), 108. 

philippensis (Thriponax) , 66. 67. 

philippina (Corone), 110. 

philippinensis (Arachnothera) , 100. 

philippinensis (Cyornis), 72. 

philippinensis (Hyloterpe), 93. 

philippinensis ( HypotaMiidia ) , 16. 

philippinensis (Mirafra), 103. 

philippinensis (Podicipes), 19. 

philippinensis (Pseudoptynx), 46. 

philippinensis (Spizaetus), 42. 

philippinus (Merops), 57. 

philippinus (Phyllergates) , 91. 

Phlogoenas, 15. 

phcenicura (Amaurornis), 18. 

Phoyx, 32. 

phragmitoides ( Cisticola ) , 89. 

Phyllergates, 91. 

Phyllobates, 91. 

Phylloscopus, 90. 

picina (Cha^tura), 59. 

pickeringi (Muscadivora) , 11. 

pileatvis (Halcyon), 54. 

Pipra, 96. 

Piprisoma, 98. 

piscator (Sula), 39. 

Pithecophaga, 42. 

Pitta, 68. 

Plotus, 39. 

platenae (Cyornis), 72. 

platen* (Phlogcenas) , 15. 

plateni (Hyloterpe), 93. 

plateni (Ninox), 47. 

plateni (Zosterornis) , 82. 

platyrhyncha (Limioola). 29. 

Plegadis, 31. 

plumbea ( Porzana ) , 1 6. 

Podicipes, 19. 

Polioaetus, 45. 

poliocephala (Zonophaps), 12. 

poliogyna (Brachypt<'ryx) , 83. 

Poliolimnas, 17. 

Poliolophus, 79. 

Polionetta, 37. 

Poliopsar, 108. 



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pollens (Artamides), 7(5. 

Polyplectron, 8. 

Porphyrio, 18. 

Porzana, 10. 

Pratincola, 86. 

Prioniturus, 48. 

Prionochilus, 97. 

propinqua ( Pitta ) , 68. 

Pseudoptynx, 40. 

Pseudotharrhaleus, 80. 

Ptilocichla, 81. 

Ptilocolpa, 12. 

ptilonorhynehus (Pevnis), 44. 

Puffinus, 19. 

pulcherrima (Eudrepanis), 99. 

pulverulentus (Mulleripicus) , 66. 

pulverulentus (Porpliyrio), 18. 

punctatus (Megalurus), 89. 

pusilla (Emberiza), 104. 

pusilla (Porzana), 16. 

pvisillus (Corvus), 110. 

Pycnonotus, 80. 

pygmaea (Zosterornis), 82. 

pygmaeum (Dicaeum) , 97. 

Pyrotrogon, 60. 

Pyrrherodias, 32. 

Pyrrhula, 103. 

quadricolor (Prioiiochilus) , 97. 

Querquedula, 38. 

qiierquedula (Querquedula), 38. 

Rallina, 16. 

ramsayi (Cyornis), 72. 

ramsayi ( Yungipicus), 65. 

regulus ( Loriculus ) , 50. 

retrocinctum (Dicaeum), 9(i. 

reyi (Ninox) , 47. 

Rhabdornis, 95. 

Rhinomyias, 75. 

Rliipidura, 74. 

rhizophorae (Gerygone), 72. 

rhodolaema ( Anthreptes), 100. 

Rhyacophilus, 27. 

richardi (Anthus), 102. 

richmondi (Zosterops), 95. 

ridihundus (Larus),21. 

riparia (Clivicola), 69. 

romblonis (Otus),46. 

roseum (Xantholaema), 64. 

Rostratula, 29. 

rubrinota ( ^Ethopyga ) , 98. 

rubri venter (Dicaeum), 96. 

refuscens (Otus),46. 

ruficauda (Rhinomyias), 75. 

ruficeps (Megalurus) , 89. 



ruficeps (Orthotomus), 88. 
ruficollis (Limonites), 27. 
rufi f rons ( Turdinus ) , 8 1 . 
rufigularis (lole), 79. 
rufopunctatus (Chrysocolaptes), (55. 
rufulus (Antlms), 102. 
rufus (Zeoceplius) , 74. 
rustica (Hirundo), 69. 
sacra (Deiniegretta), 33. 
8alangana, 58. 
samarensis (Ceyx),53. 
samarensis (Corvus), 110. 
samarensis ( Hypothymis ) , 73. 
samarensis ( Muscicapulai ) , 72. 
samarensis (Oriolus), 106. 
samarensis (Orthotomus), 88. 
samarensis ( Penelopides ) , 56. 
samarensis (Rhinomyias) , 75. 
samarensis (Sarcophanops), 68. 
Sarcophanops, 68. 
Sarcops, 109. 
saturatus (Cuculus), 61. 
sauli (Rliipidura) , 74. 
Saxicola, 86. 

schalowi (Cephalophoneus) , 92. 
schmackeri (lole), 79. 
scutulata (Ninox), 47. 
seebohmi (Horornis), 90. 
seebohmi ( Tribura ) , 88. 
semigaleatus (Hydrocorax), 55. 
semilarvatus (Penthornis) , 94. 
septimus (Batrachostomus), 50. 
sericeus (Spodiopsar), 108. 
severus (Falco),45. 
sharpei (Antigone), 31. 
shelleyi ( ^Ethopyga ) , 98. 
sibirica (Hemichelidon), 70. 
sibutuense (Dicaeum) , 97. 
sibutuensis (Otus), 46. 
sibuyanicum ( Dicaeum ), 96. 
simplex (Cyornis), 72. 
simplex (Gerygone), 72. 
sinensis (Ardetta) , 35. 
sinensis (Centropus), 63. 
sinensis (Clivicola), 69. 
sinensis (Sterna), 21. 
sinensis (Sturnia), 108. 
.Siphia, 71. 

siquijorensis (lole), 79. 
siquijorensis (Loriculus), 50. 
siquijorensis (Zosterops), 95. 
Sitta, 94. 

solitaria (Petropliila) , 85. 
Astur) , 41. 



INDEX. 



sonnerati ( Penthoceryx ) , 61. 

sorgophilus / Acrocephalus), 87. 

sparveroides (Hierococcyx), 61. 

Spatula, 38. 

speciosa ( Dasycrotapha ) , 81. 

sperata (Cinnyris), 99. 

Sphenocercus, 9. 

Spinus, 104. 

spinus (Spinus), 104. 

spilocephala (Ninox), 47. 

spilonota (Ninox), 47. 

spilonotus (Circus), 40. 

Spilopelia, 14. 

Spilornis, 42. 

Spilotreron, 11. 

Spizaetus, 42. 

Spotliopsar, 108. 

spodocephala (Emberiza), 104. 

Squatarola, 22. 

steerii (Alcyone), 52. 

steerii (Centropus), 63. 

steerii (Oriolus), 106. 

steeri (Pitta), 68. 

steerei (Sarcophanops), 68. 

stellaris (Botaurus) , 36. 

stenura (Gallinago), 29. 

Sterna, 20. 

Stictognathus, 80. 

stolidus (Anous), 21. 

Stoparola, 76. 

Streptopelia, 13. 

striata (Geopelia), 14. 

striata ( Hypotaenidia ) , 15. 

striata ( Zosterornis ) , 82. 

striaticeps (lole), 79. 

striaticeps (Macronus), 82. 

striatus (Artamides), 76. 

striatus (Dicrurus), 107. 

striolata (Hirundo), 70. 

Strix, 48. 

Sturnia, 108. 

subarquatus (Ancylochilus), 28. 

sumatrana (Ardea), 32. 

Sula, 39. 

sula (Sula), 40. 

sulfurata (Emberiza), 104. 

suluensis (Cephalophoneus) , 92. 

suluensis (Dicrurus), 107. 

suluensis ( Prioniturus ) , 49. 

suluensis (Thriponax), 66, 67. 

suluensis (Turnix), 8. 

superciliaris (Cittocincla) , 86. 

superciliaris ( Hypothymis ) , 73. 

superciliosa (Otomela), 92, 93. 



superciliosus (Dasylophus) , 64. 

Surniculus, 60. 

Syrnium, 47. 

tabuensis (Porzana), 16. 

Tachornis, 59. 

talisi (Penelopides) , 56. 

Tanygnathus, 49. 

Tatare, 87. 

temmincki ( Lamprotreron ) , 11. 

temmincki (Limonites), 28. 

tenuirostris ( Macropygia ) , 13. 

terat (Lalage), 78. 

Terekia, 26. 

Terpsiphone, 75. 

thomassoni (Merula), 83. 

Thriponax, 66. 

Tiga, 65. 

tigrina (Spilopelia), 14. 

tigrinus (Enneoctonus), 91. 

timoriensis (Herodias), 33. 

tinnunculus (Cerchneis), 45. 

todayensis ( Lamprococorax ) , 109. 

torquata (Hypotaenidia), 16. 

Totanus, 25. 

Treron, 9. 

Tribura, 88. 

Trichoglossus, 48. 

Tringa, 28. 

Tringoides, 26. 

trivirgatus (Astur), 41. 

troglodytes (Salangana) , 59. 

Turdinus, 81. 

Turdus, 84. 

Turnix, 8. 

tweeddalii (Irena), 79. 

unicolor (Pseudotharrhaleus) , 80. 

unirufus (Centropus) , 64. 

Uroloncha, 105. 

urostictus (Poliolophus) , 79. 

validirostris (Cephalophoneus), 92. 

validirostris (Yungipicus), 65. 

varia (Oreocichla) , 84. 

variegatus ( Numenius ) > 24. 

vegae (Larus), 21. 

velutinus (Surniculus), 60. 

veredus ( Ochthodromus ) , 23. 

vernans (Osmotreron), 9. 

vertical is (Prioniturus), 48. 

viduata (Dendrocygna) , 36. 

violacea (Sturnia), 108. 

viridis (^Egithina), 78. 

viridis (Centropus), 63. 

vujcani (Zosterops), 96. 

w'aldeni ( Cranorrhinus ) , 56. 



INDEX. 



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waterstradti (Prioniturus) , 49. 
wattersi (Alauda), 103. 
whiteheadi (Cinnyris) , 99. 
whiteheadi ( Salangana ) , 58. 
whiteheadi ( Hyloterpe ) , 93. 
whiteheadi (Otus), 46. 
whiteheadi (Syrnium), 47. 
whiteheadi (Turnix), 8. 
whiteheadi (Zosterops), 95. 
w'liiteheadi ( Zosterornis ) , 82. 
wiepkeni (Syrnium), 47. 
\\ iii'lcswortlii ( Anthroptos) , 100. 
winchelli (Halcyon), 54. 
winchelli (Hyloterpe) , 93. 
woodi (Leonordina ) , 83. 
woodi (Mixornis), 82. 
worcesteri (Chibia). 107. 



worcesteri (Loriculus), 50. 

wtorcesteri (Turnix), 8. 

westermanni (Muscicapula), 72. 

xanthocephalus (Chrysocolaptes), 65. 

xanthodryas ( Acanthopneuste ) , 90. 

Xantholaema, 64. 

xanthonotus (Oriolus), 107. 

Xanthopygia, 73. 

xanthopygia (Cryptolopha) , 67. 

xanthopygium (Dicacum), 97. 

xanthorhynchus ( Chalcococcyx ) , 62. 

Yungipicus, 65. 

Zeocephus, 74. 

Zonophaps, 12. 

zonorhyncha ( Polionetta ) , 37. 

Zosterops, 95. 

Zosterornis, 82. 



INDEX TO ORDERS, SUBORDERS, FAMILIES, AND 
SUBFAMILIES. 



Accipitres, 40. 
Accipitriformes, 40. 

Accipitrinae, 40. 
Acromyodi, 09. 
Alaudidse, 103. 
Alcedinidae, 51. 
Alcedininae, 51. 
Anatidae, 3G. 
Anatinae, 36. 
Anseriformes. 3(5. 
Aquilinse, 42. 
Ardeae, 32. 
Ardeidae, 32. 
Ardeiformes, 31. 
Arenariinae, 22. 
Artamidse, 91. 
Brachypteryginae, 83. 
Bubonidae, 46. 
Buboninae, 46. 
Bucerotes, 55. 
Bucerotidae, 55. 
Cacatuidffi, 48. 
Calcenadinae, 15. 
Campophagida?, 76. 
Capitonidae, 64. 
Capitones, 64. 
Caprimulgi, 57. 
Caprimulgidse, 57. 
Caprimulginae, 57. 
Carinatae, 7. 
Carpophaginas, 11. 
Centropodinae, 63. 
Certhiidae, 95. 
Chaeturinae, 58. 
Charadrii, 22. 
Charadriidae, 22. 
Charadriiformes, 22. 
Charadriinae, 22. 
Ciconiae, 31. 
Ciconiidae, 31. 
Ciconiinac, 31. 
Coluinb;p. 9. 

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Coluinbidae, 13. 
C'olumbifornies, 9. 
Columbinae, 13. 
Coracise, 51. 
Coraciidae, 51. 
Coraciiformes, 50. 
Coraciinte, 51. 
Corvidae, 110. 
Cuculi, 60. 
Cuculidae, 60. 
Cuculinae, 60. 
Cursorii, 30. 
Cypseli, 58. 
Cypselidae, 58. 
Cypselinae, 59. 
Daceloninae, 53. 
Dicaeida?, 96. 
Dicruridae, 107. 
Eurylaemida?, 68. 
Eurylaemi formes, 68. 
Eurylaemins?, 68. 
Falconidae, 40. 
Fringillidae, 103. 
Fregatidae, 40. 
Fulicinae, 19. 
Fuligulinae, 39. 
Galliformes, 7. 
Geopeliinae, 14. 
Geotrygoninae, 15. 
Glareolidae, 30. 
Grues, 31. 
Gruidae, 31. 
Gruiformes, 31. 
Halcyones, 51. 
Hemipodii, 8. 
Hiinantopodinae, 24. 
Hirundinidiv. (>9. 
Hirundininae, (>9. 
Ibididae, 31. 
Laniidae. 91. 
Laniinae, 91. 
Liiridre, 20. 



INDEX. 



123 



Lariformes, 20. 
La ri lias, 21. 
Loriida?, 48. 
Macropterygidffi, 58. 
Macropygiinae, 13. 
Megapodii, 7. 
Megapodiida?, 7. 
Meropes, 56. 
Meropidae, 50. 
Mesomyodi, 68. 
Motacillidae, 100. 
Muscicapidae, 70. 
Xectariniidae, 98. 
Oedicnemi, 30. 
Oedicnemidae, 30. 
Pachycephalinee, 93. 
Palaeornithinae, 48. 
Pandiones, 45. 
Pandionida?, 45. 
Paridse; 93. 
Parinse, 93. 
Parrae, 30. 
Parridae, 30. 
Pa sseri formes, 68. 
IVlocanidtp, 40. 
Pelecani formes, 39. 
Pcristcrida?, 13. 
Pliabinae, 14. 
Phalacroooracida'. 39. 
Phasiani, 7. 
Phasianidae, 7. 
Phoonicophaina?. (i4. 
Pici, 65. 
Picidae, 65. 
Piciformes, 65. 
Picinae, 65. 
Pittida?, 68. 
Platalese, 31. 
Pleetropterinae, 36. 
Ploeeidae, 105. 



Plotidae, 39. 
Podargi, 50. 
Podargidae, 50. 
Podicipedidae, 19. 
Podicipedidiformes, 19. 
Procellariidae, 19. 
Procellarii formes, 19. 
Procellariinse, 19. 
Psittacidae, 48. 
Psittaciformes, 48. 
Ptilopodinae, 10. 
Puffinidae, 19. 
Pullininae, 19. 
Pycnonotidae, 78. 
Rallidae, 15. 
Kalliformes, 15. 
Rallinae, 15. 
Ruticillinae, 85. 
Scansores, 64. 
Scolopacinse, 27. 
Sittidae, 94. 
Sterninae, 20. 
Sturnida?, 108. 
Strigidae, 48. 
Strigifonnes, 4(i. 
Sulidae, 39. 
Sylviidae, 87. 
Syrniinae, 47. 
Timeliidse, 80. 
Timeliinae, 80. 
Totaninae, 24. 
Treronidae, 9. 
Treroninae, 9. 
Trogones, 60. 
Trogonidae, 60. 
Turdidae, 83. 
Turdinse, 83. 
Turnicidffi, 8. 
Turturinse, 13. 
Zosteropida?, 95. 



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